- New updated edition of the best selling title on reflection
- Reinforces the need to invest in the development of reflective practice, not only for practising practitioners, but also for healthcare students
- Each principle is illustrated with examples from practice and clearly positioned within the professional literature
- Includes new chapter on ‘appreciative reflection'.
"This is a surprising text in that the reader is not bogged down with theory and reflective cycles. It opens the reader's mind to the value of reflection and how to go about it by providing real examples from clinical practice."
Tracey Bowden, Senior Lecturer (Cardiac Care) City University, in the British Journal of Cardiac Nursing, Vol 5, No 12.
"This is a good text I have used to prepare materials for the course and have also asked students to consider on their recommended reading list."
Esme Jones, Lecturer in Occupational Therapy, Coventry University.
Table of Contents
About the series
An appreciative kind of reflective practice: From deficits to strengths
Kyoko: Learning from a patient
Reflections on experience: Whose knowledge is worth knowing?
Reflections on Schön: Fashion victims or joining up practice with theory?
The reflective conversation: What reality? Whose reality?
Reflections on values: Being a professional
The value of reflection for continuing professional development
Reflections on practice: Magic moments and moving forward
Reflections on context: Towards the reflective organization
Behind the learning curve: Thinking again, and thoughtful possibilities for practice