First you have to generate an idea, which can be the biggest challenge. X appearance, asked him a few questions to confirm his physical and mental condition. I felt this was not the case in that situation as they did not offer her any form of assistance, as well as being rude and unhelpful. So many thoughts and emotions were running through my mind. My first instinct was to determine the vital signs of the patient as obviously, these were greatly affected because of the surgery and the anesthesia applied to the patient. The family had a lot of questions about the rehabilitation process and wanted to know what was going to happen for James. The first thing I did was to sign in in the fire booklet.
Reflective practice is a process to improve quality of performance in the workplace, skills up to date throughout workplace and leads to understanding the field of care. With little effort put forth I received exemplary marks on all my work and easily earned the approval of my English teachers. X claimed that she was taking care of her husband for years and knew her husband condition very well. We reflect in order to learn something, or we learn as a result of reflecting. After discussion with my mentor, I recognise that I need to develop the confidence to challenge the practice of colleagues, putting the well-being of clients at the forefront of my mind. However, when my anger subsided, I reflected on the whole situation and sadly admitted that I was the one at fault. Education, Knowledge, Learning 1555 Words 5 Pages Reflective practice is frequently utilised throughout nursing care.
Gibbs' Reflective Cycle covers 5 areas that include description, feelings, evaluation, conclusion and action. In analysing the vital signs of the patient, I focused on its frequency and duration, depending on the condition of the patient who has recently undergone surgery and the normalcy thereof. However, to be able to truly study our patterns of behavior and our reaction, we need to take a step back and regard ourselves the way a stranger would. This was a major dilemma in my own reflective writing. X looked quite stable, his voice was clear, and he ate a lot of food.
Prioritising delegation and assertiveness as part of my learning needs I will now create an action plan that will ensure my future mentors will recognise the effort I extol to succeed in practice. Looking in: significant thoughts and emotions I will reflect on both verbal communication… 1332 Words 6 Pages Reflective Practice in Special Education Using Action Research Sunny Suzanne West St. The amazing thing about learning is that everything you already know is always, somehow, connected to what you are going to learn. However the description should not just be of what happened but should include a description of why those things happened. What pleased, interested or was important to you? X told me that it was because Mr.
It involves applying knowledge to experiences to create new learning. In this situation, the nurse did not pay attention on Mrs. You have to be honest about the positive and the negative, the strengths and weaknesses, the good and the bad. As a student nurse I must also learn to communicate to the patient with knowledge and awareness in order to strive for the best for them. For this reason, reflective practice often is considered to be an essential component of successful work experience. ? Reflective learning emphasises that learning derives from our experiences as well as the knowledge that we gain from studying.
It is a critical and reflexive process of self-enquiry and transformation of being and becoming the practitioner you desire to be. The result was 90% for his oxygen saturation, lower than the standard one. Before my next placement, I will try to make a list of medical equipment at my work place and commonly used medicine. The family had a lot of questions about the rehabilitation process and wanted to know what was going to happen for James. I should excuse myself for not being able to give her a detailed explanation and ask her to wait while I check with the registered nurse or doctor. Our slides were okay but we only used about 60% of them. I also felt a sense of pride that this young man had the courage to come to the clinic by himself to seek help for his acne.
Another big advantage of these meetings is that they are carried out every day. He found it hard to relax and paced the ward a lot. Brookfield 1987 Reflective thinking Reflection is a form of personal response to experiences, situations, events or new information. At the end the other members of the team have time to take voice. This way, young people can access the information if they perhaps feel too embarrassed to talk about it.
A Handbook for Community Nurses. My own experiences of acne also meant that I was able to relate well to the patient. It is common for schizophrenia sufferers to appear as though they have a lack of feelings. Critical thinking, Reflections, Scientific method 854 Words 3 Pages 2010 Disaster Management Cycle Disaster Risk Management includes sum total of all activities, programmes and measures which can be taken up before, during and after a disaster with the purpose to avoid a disaster, reduce its impact or recover from its losses. I was planning to phone the family before 11pm to give an update of the state of their relative. Step Six Action Plan There are a number of elements to my action plan.
I felt very glad that no one had witnessed my actions but also very ashamed of myself for what I had done. Following this, healthcare professionals are, therefore, tasked in assisting and motivating patients affected by some operation errors. Pinsky keeps in mind the specific interlocking rhyme scheme. X safety to convince her. X said and kept on checking on Mr. During that time, I regularly checked his oxygen saturation.
X and I tried to explain that it was her who removed the Bipap mask because she wanted to feed him. Communication with others can be challenging Webb, 2011 and conflicts may arise at any time, not only between team members but also between health professionals and patients or their families. The second stage of Gibbs 1988 model of reflection is a discussion about my thoughts and feelings. Analysis of feelings, evaluation of the experience, analysis to make sense of the experience, conclusion and action plan where other options are considered and reflection upon experience to examine. His pedal pulses were impalpable but on Doppler they were biphasic. X still insisted to remove the machine, I should report to nurse in charge immediately.