Most practitioners agree that clinical practice is a constant learning process.
Have you realised the benefits of reflective learning? Many health professions have to produce learning portfolios with evidence of reflection. Using reflective tools helps you to understand more about your learning needs, to identify your strengths and weaknesses and to draw out learning from clinical scenarios.
Self-reflection is best carried out with others. It can form the basis for peer review. Peer review is being encouraged by regulators and is something which most health professionals are keen to engage in.
Taking time out of practice to reflect and learn is a way to improve your practice. It will help you reduce your isolation and increase your professional engagement. This is an area in which you can expect to see continued emphasis in future years.
- Appreciate the benefits of self-reflection
- Become a less isolated, more engaged practitioner
- Be equipped for peer review
- Choose a reflective model to suit you, to aid and structure your reflective learning
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