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How To Prepare A Portfolio

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Here is a presentation that will help you think about the format of your professional portfolio. Although targeted at midwives, the format can be used for any of the health professions

Here is a presentation that will help you think about the format of your professional portfolio. Although targeted at midwives, the format can be used for any of the health professions

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  • 1. Professional Portfolio: putting your midwifery portfolio together Sarah Stewart 2008 [email_address] Image: ' Be seeing you ' www.flickr.com/photos/19487674@N00/58499153
  • 2. Commercial or do-it-yourself?
    • A commercial portfolio provides a concrete framework to follow
    Image: ' "Dear Flickr ..." ' www.flickr.com/photos/23400852@N08/2609262521
  • 3. Do-it-yourself
    • Allows you the freedom to construct your own format and use different medias for presentation
    Image: ' Drilling ' www.flickr.com/photos/35034353164@N01/548373913
  • 4.
    • Use loose leaf A4 binder so you can move sections around
    Image: ' 20080724-DSC_8035 ' www.flickr.com/photos/22038283@N02/2738228614
  • 5. Provide evidence Letters References Contracts Job descriptions Certificates of attendance Agendas 'Thank you' cards Meetings Skills Image: ' Thank You Note Letterpress ' www.flickr.com/photos/24566159@N00/2451480923
  • 6.
    • Do not put important original documents in your portfolio just in case the portfolio gets lost or stolen – use photocopied/certified documents only
    www.flickr.com/photos/78942960@N00/184030504
  • 7. Be positive… Image: ' Orange Explosion ' www.flickr.com/photos/72369970@N00/175532290
  • 8. and relevant Image: ' African elephant ' www.flickr.com/photos/15745225@N00/705454064
  • 9. Be interesting… Image: ' Crystal Ball ' www.flickr.com/photos/8211018@N03/1162117754
  • 10. Creative… Image: ' Grazie ' www.flickr.com/photos/16552084@N00/1422144415
  • 11. analytical… Image: ' microscope_head.jpg 'www.flickr.com/photos/75771631@N00/162772082
  • 12. and critical Image: ' Deep in thought ' www.flickr.com/photos/13023474@N06/2342924889
  • 13.
    • Typed text is easier to read & ‘smarter’ than hand written text
    Image: ' remington keys ' www.flickr.com/photos/68084379@N00/50212307
  • 14. Think about alternative medias to present your work www.flickr.com/photos/26572975@N00/1346068786 Audio www.flickr.com/photos/86533050@N00/362732167 Video www.flickr.com/photos/83727590@N00/494149018 www.flickr.com/photos/63574695@N00/204274302 Poem Song Painting www.flickr.com/photos/46944516@N00/190673196
  • 15. Do not be afraid to share portfolio with colleagues http://www.flickr.com/photos/92632631@N00/1897477556/ Everyone has the same apprehensions and questions
  • 16. Constructive discussion will enable you to identify areas you can develop www.flickr.com/photos/76815233@N00/504413268
  • 17. Personal details
    • Name, address, employer, contact details
    • Midwifery qualifications
    • Midwifery philosophy
    • Personal reflection. What are your strengths and weaknesses?
    • Interests and personal information
  • 18. Employment history
    • Job title, employer or practice setting, dates, description of job/key responsibilities
    • How big is your caseload; how much time spent on teaching & administration?
    www.flickr.com/photos/25506969@N00/154864349
  • 19.
    • Level of skills acquired
    • Innovations of practice you have implemented
    • What were least enjoyable aspects of job and why did you leave?
    www.flickr.com/photos/40954787@N00/242486104
  • 20. Education and professional qualifications
    • General education
      • Key events/learning – you may not want to go right back to primary/secondary education, but there may be a key event/learning that heavily influenced your life
      • Dates /where/provider of education
    • Professional qualifications
    • Other qualifications
    • Significant events or achievements
  • 21. Continuing education
    • Provide evidence of formal and informal education
    • Clinical update, personal skills development
    • Conference or seminar attendance
    • Significant reading – this may be an article, poem, book that made you think and had an effect on your practice
    • Keep record of compulsory education eg infant resuscitation workshop
  • 22. Evidence of reflection
    • Name of activity
    • Date
    • Location
    • Your objectives for the activity
    • A summary of content
    • Learning outcomes and implications for practice
    www.flickr.com/photos/41754875@N00/233508614
  • 23. Critical incident
    • An event that made you think about your life and practice
    • Incident that well or not so well
    • Incident where your intervention made a difference
    • An event that captures the essence of midwifery
    • Demanding incident
    www.flickr.com/photos/84362437@N00/2108094704
  • 24.
    • Where and when did it happen?
    • Why is it important to you?
    • What were you thinking about?
    • What were your feelings?
    • What did you find demanding or satisfying?
    • What would you have done differently?
    • How do you feel now?
    • What did you learn from the incident?
    • What broader issues such as ethical, political or social arise from this situation?
  • 25. Professional activities
    • NZCOM membership and participation
    • Representation
    • Teaching
    • Working with consumers
    • Local activities
    • Unpublished work
    • Conference or seminar presentations
    • Published work
    • Research
    • Writing policies or guidelines
  • 26.
    • Activity
    • Date
    • Location
    • Description of activity
    • Outcomes – what went well and not so well? What did you learn and how will you apply it to practice?
    www.flickr.com/photos/84362437@N00/249479508
  • 27. Competencies for entry to register
    • Portfolio needs to demonstrate you have achieved that basic level for entry to Register
    • Self assessment
    • Evidence of how you maintain practice
    • Critical incident/exemplar
    • Details of specific case or episodes of care
    • Examples of information resources you use
  • 28.
    • Examples of documentation or care plans
    • Examples of how you practice in relation to evidence or research
    • Evidence of how you communicate or work with women, students and colleagues
    www.flickr.com/photos/47404211@N00/2113599630
  • 29. Midwifery Standards Review
    • Analysis of statistical data
    • Consumer feedback
    • Discussion of aspects of care
    • Self assessment
    • Keep most recent information you presented, development plan and attendance certificate in portfolio
  • 30. Professional development plan
    • Developed as part of MSR process
    • May be specific short term aims or long term aims
    • Reviewed at regular intervals
    www.flickr.com/photos/64251830@N00/364312031
  • 31.
    • Goal/objective to be achieved
    • Date commenced
    • Planned completion date
    • How are you going to achieve these objectives
    • Key steps
    • Resources required
    • Results/outcomes and how will you evaluate these
    • Others involved with project
  • 32. References
    • Hull, C., & Redfern, L. (1996). Profiles and portfolios . MacMillan: Basingstoke.
    • Midwifery Council of New Zealand. (2008). Recertification Programme: competence-based practising certificates for midwives. Retrieved 21 October, 2008, from http://www.midwiferycouncil.org.nz/content/library/Revised_Recertification_Programme_updated_May_2008.pdf
    • Stewart, S. 2000. Professional Portfolios: a necessary evil? New Zealand College of Midwives Journal, June, 22 : 23-24.
    • and
    • New Zealand College of Midwives. Professional Portfolio: www.midwife.org.nz

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