Published: October 2006
Revised and updated to recognise the changes and developments in both theory and practice.
Illustrates how reflective practice can fulfil a need for all health care professionals to make sense of their clinical experience.
Represents a variety of models and classifies and critiques them.
Includes practical suggestions of their use, along with discussion of their advantages and limitations
Discusses the clinical implications of the principles and processes associated with reflective practice.
About the authors
Tony Ghaye is C.E.O of The Institute of Reflective Practice. He works to support reflective health care teams and build reflective organisations in the UK
and Europe. He is Visiting Professor at the University of Wales. He is editor-in-chief of the peer reviewed journal Reflective Practice. Sue Lillyman is
Senior Lecturer at the University of Central England, Birmingham and is a renown authority on reflection and reflective practice.