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On reflection

Mick Wolverson Lecturer Practitioner, Rotherham Priority Health Trust and the University of Hull

Reflection has become an important process for all nurses wishing to improve their practice but learning disability nursing provides better opportunities. Mick Wolverson explains why

Reflection is a process that has achieved greater importance for nurses in recent years, not least because it can enhance the quality of client care and develop the self-awareness and professional practice of the nurse. In particular, the use of reflective practice adds vital quality to the following areas:

Learning Disability Practice. 3, 2, 24-27. doi: 10.7748/ldp2000.

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