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  • Reflective Practice Essay

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    personal beliefs and values may be. Reflective practice is exploring why and how you practice, thinking back over a situation or activity and then developing a different approach to gain insight into a new way of learning. There are many different roles of reflection: however in this essay I will be exploring three. The most commonly used model of reflection is Kolb’s learning style (1984). Kolb’s learning style is based on a four stage learning cycle. In this respect Kolb’s model is

  • Reflection Gibbs Essay

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    This essay will discuss and reflects using Gibbs reflective cycle (1988) about the use of pressure ulcer prevention tool and how functional it is based on evidence based practice (EBP) that will facilitate to enhance the possible result of an underlying procedure. According to Jasper (2003), reflection is a fundamental tool in order for the student’s to understand the broad perspective between theory and practice. Reflection is an active process that enables health care professionals gain a deeper

  • Reflective Writing Essay

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    practice. In this essay, I am going to reflect on my first day on placement at the Great Western Hospital. Schon (1991) explains that reflection is carried out either as reflection in action or reflection on action. I am going to be reflecting on action as I will be looking back after the event. Gibbs reflective cycle is going to be used in this essay to reflect on what I have learnt, how I learnt this and how I am going to use this in my future studies. Gibbs cycle consists of six different