The Development of Critical Reflection in the Health Professions, March 2004
Summary: It is a reflection on the various aspects of learning and teaching practices that a student goes through when studying for a particular subject area. It looks at different peoples' reflections from various view points, from uncertainty, hope, celebration and commitment to succeed in the subject area and how they later utilise this with patients or clients. The paper aims to share health professionals experiences with critical reflection, and therefore aid others who are studying the same subject area. The paper describes how you can include critical reflection in the curriculum and use it as a teaching tool. This is No 4 of the Occasional Papers Series.
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