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Reflection
Jo-Anne McShane
What is reflection?
Reflection in easy steps!
• Step 1: Explain what happened.
• Step 2:Explain how you felt at the time
• Step 3: How did I r...
Step 1-
Explain what happened
• Maintain confidentiality of the
patient or colleague. Do not use
identifying details. If c...
Step 2-
Explain how you felt at the time
Frustration, worry, rage, guilt,
embarrassment, concerned, ugly,
empathy, sorrow,...
Step 3-
This is how I resolved or came to
terms with my emotions
• It may take to a couple of days to
come to terms with y...
Step 4-
My objective, unbiased
understanding of the situation
• What skills or strategies could be used to make
improvemen...
Step 5- Make a plan of action
• What are your goals?
• What strategies will help you meet
your objectives?
• What are the ...
Reflection:
• What happened?
• What did I do well?
• What could I have done better?
• There is no point of reflection unle...
Everyone write down one good situation that has
happened to you, and one not-so good situation.
split into groups and reflect on an situation
Reflection in easy steps!
• Step 1: Explain what happened.
• Step 2:Explain how you felt at the time
• Step 3: How did I r...
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  1. 1. Reflection Jo-Anne McShane
  2. 2. What is reflection?
  3. 3. Reflection in easy steps! • Step 1: Explain what happened. • Step 2:Explain how you felt at the time • Step 3: How did I resolve those feelings • Step 4: What is my objective, unbiased understanding of the situation? • Step 5: Make a plan of action
  4. 4. Step 1- Explain what happened • Maintain confidentiality of the patient or colleague. Do not use identifying details. If copies of YOUR notes are made- block out pt details including UR. • Can be a good situation or a situation that didn’t turn out so well.
  5. 5. Step 2- Explain how you felt at the time Frustration, worry, rage, guilt, embarrassment, concerned, ugly, empathy, sorrow, hurt, envy disgust, stress, sadness, loneliness, disappointment shame, sad, pity, happy, love, excited, proud
  6. 6. Step 3- This is how I resolved or came to terms with my emotions • It may take to a couple of days to come to terms with your emotions. • Do you need to talk with someone about it? Debrief?
  7. 7. Step 4- My objective, unbiased understanding of the situation • What skills or strategies could be used to make improvements? • If you could do it again would you change anything? • Is there an issue or learning need that can be shared with colleagues? • Is there anything that needs to be reported?
  8. 8. Step 5- Make a plan of action • What are your goals? • What strategies will help you meet your objectives? • What are the outcomes- where you successful? • Evaluation
  9. 9. Reflection: • What happened? • What did I do well? • What could I have done better? • There is no point of reflection unless you have learnt something from it!
  10. 10. Everyone write down one good situation that has happened to you, and one not-so good situation.
  11. 11. split into groups and reflect on an situation
  12. 12. Reflection in easy steps! • Step 1: Explain what happened. • Step 2:Explain how you felt at the time • Step 3: How did I resolve those feelings • Step 4: What is my objective, unbiased understanding of the situation? • Step 5: Make a plan of action

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