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Reflective Practice

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Reflective Practice

  1. 1. Reflection Revisited Tim Goodchild Senior Lecturer
  2. 2. This session • Discuss the rationale for reflection as nurses. • Outline three theoretical frameworks for critical reflection. • Practice the skills of reflection.  Schon (1983)  Kolb (1984)  Boud, Keogh & Walker (1988)  Mezirow (1990) http://goo.gl/a4Lqa Price A (2004) Encouraging reflection and critical thinking in practice. Nursing Standard. 18, 47, 46-52. Date of acceptance: October 13 2003.
  3. 3. “The passing of the years does not necessarily bring gifts of understanding within one’s own life.” Salmon (1985) [purr]
  4. 4. Not a new idea.. • Socrates (400BCs). • Dewey (1930s).  Derives meaning from experience.  Schon (1980/90s).
  5. 5. Why?
  6. 6. What skills do you need to be a reflective practitioner?
  7. 7. Characteristics of a reflective practitioner (Brookfield 1998) • Assumption analysis • challenging our own beliefs and values • Contextual awareness • recognition of social construction of beliefs and practice • Imaginative speculation • ability to imagine a different way • Reflective Scepticism • challenging or suspending existing knowledge and beliefs
  8. 8. Re-evaluating experience
  9. 9. What do I know? How do I know my methods work? Question underpinning assumptions
  10. 10. Phases 1. A disorientating dilemma. 2. Self-examination with feelings. 3. A critical assessment of assumptions. 4. Recognition that process of transformation is shared. 5. Exploration of options for new roles, relationships and actions. 6. Planning a course of action. 7. Acquiring knowledge and skills for implementing one’s plans. 8. Provisional trying of new roles. 9. Building self-confidence and competence in new roles and relationships. 10. Reintegration on the basis of conditions dictated by one’s new perspective. Mezirow’s Phases of Meaning in Transformational Learning. (Mezirow, 2000: 22)
  11. 11. Critical Writing Exercise

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