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The principles of pressure sore prevention

26 May 1999

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

In the first Practice Profile to be published in Nursing Standard, Debbie Quinn demonstrates how studying a Continuing Education reader helped to develop an area of...

Mentoring and the value of observation

01 March 2005

Nursing Management

CPD

GOOD MENTORS know when and how to use their own experience and skills to support the staff they are mentoring. But judgements about the capabilities of those being...

Reflective practice in thermoregulatory nursing care

11 July 2001

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

This article demonstrates how the use of a reflective model can aid organisation and rationalisation of thoughts that, in turn, results in improved nursing care of...

Self-assessment and reflection in nurse education

30 March 2005

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

It is widely argued that nurse learners should learn to become reflective practitioners and that self-assessment plays a part in this (Ekebergh et al 2004, Thorpe...

Reflective practice: a meaningful task for students

09 March 2005

Nursing Standard

Art & Science

Aims To ascertain whether students found reflection to be a meaningful activity, whether there are perceived benefits associated with reflective practice and whether...

Case study: reflecting on the care of a patient with lymphoedema

06 May 2010

Cancer Nursing Practice

Feature

If we are honest in our reflections, we often face our fears and challenges as well as strengths and possibilities. Reflection requires a great deal of emotional...

making practice count

01 February 2006

Learning Disability Practice

A&S Science

Northgate and Prudhoe NHS Trust is a specialist trust catering for people with disability, including learning disability. As one of the UK’s largest providers of...

Good practice? values-based practice in mental health

01 October 2003

Mental Health Practice

Continuing professional development: reflective practice

People’s values differ enormously – what may be important to one individual may be of little significance to another. In order to work towards good practice it is...

Involving the recipients of dementia care in training for staff

01 July 2003

Mental Health Practice

General

There are calls for greater attention to the experience of people on the receiving end of mental health services, and for this to be considered in service design,...

Reflective practice in the community

01 September 2005

Mental Health Practice

General

Reflection is an active process that describes, analyses and evaluates experience (Reid 1994). It enables the practitioner to learn from his or her experience and...
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