Driscoll's Reflection Essays

  • Fermat's Time Principle

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    that the light beam makes with the surface of the reflective medium. Since the light is traveling at a constant speed the minimum distance also corresponds to the minimum time. So we see that the minimum time proposition explains the law of the reflection of light. We can now explore the more complicated scenario of light traveling from one medium to another. Below is a diagram showing the path that the light travels. Here we know that the light is traveling from the initial point to the

  • Reflection in Clinical Nursing Practice

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    as a direct result of the experience. Jasper (2006) describes reflection as the ‘conscious exploration of an event to discover more about it and learn from it’. Previously, Schon (1987) identifies two types of reflection, namely “reflection-in-action” and “reflection-on-action”. Refection-in-action is when a professional is able to ‘think on their feet’ with the ability to apply previous knowledge to a current experience. Reflection-on-action is the reflective process consciously undertaken by a

  • Consolidating Reflective Practice

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    COSOLIDATING: REFLECTIVE PRACTICE. INTRODUCTION: In this reflective essay, the writer intends to explain the concepts of reflection.  Analyse and critically reflect on his professional development throughout the branch pathway during his training placement programme. Among the module undertaken are perspective of mental health, therapeutic use of self, patient focus, restoring mental health, supervision and management of care. With the use of Gibbs and John’s reflective model, the writer will

  • Snells Law Essay

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    Snell's law (also known as the Snell–Descartes law and the law of refraction) is a formula used to describe the relationship between the angles of incidence and refraction, when referring to light or other waves passing through a boundary between two different isotropic media, such as water, glass and air. In optics, the law is used in ray tracing to compute the angles of incidence or refraction, and in experimental optics and gemology to find the refractive index of a material. The law is also

  • Reflection Lab Essay

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    Reflection Laboratory   OBJECTIVE The purpose of this lab is to determine if light obeys the law of reflection on various surfaces. The law of reflection states that the angle of reflection equals the angle of incidence. THEORY Reflection is defined as the change in direction of a light wave between two different media. There are two types of reflection, specular reflection and diffuse reflection. Diffuse reflection is one that is on a rough surface. Specular reflection refers to

  • Reflective Account On Nursing Skills

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    during my practice placement, using Driscoll’s (2000) reflective cycle, a recognised framework for reflection to demonstrate my ability to reflect on different nursing skill.   According to Driscoll’s (2000), there are three processes when reflecting on one’s practice. They are: What (what happened), so what (what were you feeling, what was good/bad about the experience and Now what (if it happens again what you would do differently). The application of Driscoll’s reflective cycle will enable me link

  • MDT Meeting Reflection

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    participated in as the narrator and the Ward manager in the Accident emergency unit. This reflection will be centred on a multidisciplinary team (MDT) meeting. The aim of this reflection is to critically reflect on the case scenario activity, as well as to identifying my further learning needs that will provide evidence based care in the further. In order to structure this reflection I have chosen to use Driscoll’s model (driscoll, 2000). Any names that are used will be changed to maintain confidentiality

  • Driscoll Paramedic Poem

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    Reflection on a Significant Incident from Practice Introduction The intention of this written essay is to demonstrate an understanding of my views on the art and science of reflection and the issues surrounding reflective practice. It is based on a significant incident from my own area of clinical practice as a state registered paramedic employed by a large provincial Ambulance Service N.H.S. Trust within the U.K. There is a discussion appraising the concept of reflection both generally

  • Cleanliness Champions Essay

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    in accordance to the Cleanliness Champions Programme. I have chosen to use Driscoll’s “What” , “So What” , “Now What”? reflective model to apply my account of my own personal involvement and experiences in the application of the Cleanliness Champions Programme in First Year Clinical Practice. A model offers a mental map for ordering complex data and experience (Proctor 2000) . This is why I have chosen Driscoll’s reflective cycle as it contains three main key elements which are listed above

  • Calendar Day Interpretation

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    possibility that God created the universe through an evolutionary process, biblically, would be that we cannot argue with Scripture. The Bible, the Scripture, was divinely inspired by God, and as Paul says, “Now we see things imperfectly, like puzzling reflections in a mirror, but then we will see everything with perfect clarity. All that I know now is partial and incomplete, but then I will know everything completely, just as God now knows me completely” (1 Corinthians 13:12 NLT). References Bishops'

  • Nursing Reflection

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    The following reflection is referring to an episode, which happened during my first week of my practice placement on a medical ward. To reflect upon this event, I am going to use DRISCOLL’S model of reflection, which will support me in reviewing my experience, analyse and evaluate, in order to help make future changes to my practise (Bulman and Schutz, 2008). The reason why I returned to this incident is because not only it was my first patient to refuse an observation, but also his aggression towards

  • Reflection On Blood Pressure

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    pulse rate. The purpose of the practical was to ensure that I have an understanding of how to take observations of a patient i.e. blood pressure. In this essay, I will be using Driscoll’s model (2000) to reflect on the practical I performed. I am using this model as it mirrors the experience of my practical. Reflection is reviewing an experience from practice so that it may be described, analysed, evaluated and consequently used to inform and change future practice. (Bulman, Schutz, 2008) In pairs

  • Reflective Account Essay

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    Reflective Account The purpose of this essay is to provide a reflective account on a clinical intervention I was involved in during practice experience. An adapted versions of Driscoll’s (2002) What? Model will be used in order to guide me through the reflective process (see appendix 1). Reflection on an experience is a learning activity requiring an ability to analyse one’s self in relation to what has happened or is happening and make judgements regarding this (Driscoll 2007). In accordance

  • Reflection in Nursing

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    critical reflection of a critical incident that I experienced while on clinical placement. The incident is illustrated in the form of an exemplar, using the format of a nursing reflective model that enables the use of critical reflection, thinking and analysis. Finally the assignment is summarised, concluding the assignment. To maintain confidentiality, all names of people, places and organisations have been changed and are denoted with a star*. CRITICAL REFLECTION Critical reflection is when one

  • Critical Analysis of a Video Taped Iapt Assessment Using Driscolls Model of Structured Reflectionmodel

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    video-taped role play assessment. I will begin with an explanation of the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Programme, the nature of the assessment, a brief examination of reflection and it’s purpose, before moving on to focus on a particular area of the role play using the Driscoll (2007) What? model of structured reflection. I will be focusing on ‘interpersonal skills’ within the context of the ‘therapeutic relationship’ and critically analysing skills implemented, my strengths and weaknesses

  • A Critical Analysis of an Episode of Care

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    from. It starts with a comprehensive description of the assessment carried out by a Senior Nurse Practitioner, examines the role of nursing in people’s mental health, the meaning of a comprehensive and holistic assessment and includes the critical reflections of the student nurse on this assessment session based on her observations using Driscoll (2007) framework of refection. Description of the Assessment *Miss Frances is a pseudonym for the purposes of service user’s confidentiality and in line with

  • Reflection on a Critical Incident

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    This essay explores a critical incident involving a patient who had suffered a flash burn injury, as defined by Hettiaratchy and Dziewulski (2004). I will be using Driscoll's revised model of reflection (Driscoll, 2000) to analyse and critique the incident, any factors which affected its outcome, and whether best practice was being achieved. From the outset, practices of the ambulance Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) were a concern, compounded by government targets for ambulance response times,