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University of Derby Nursing Express (Nov 2016 Edition)
University of Nottingham Mentor Newsletter (Summer 2017 Edition)
Nottingham Physiotherapy Clinical Placements E-Newsletter September 2016
Practice Learning Guide
Chesterfield Royal Library
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Models (or Frameworks) of Reflection
- Models, sometimes known as frameworks for reflection, encourage a structured process to guide the act of reflection. There is no right model.
- It is important to choose the one that feels most comfortable for you and best assists you to learn from your experience.
- Often it is appropriate to use one model of reflection as a basis, but use prompt questions from other models if they best fit your particular situation.
Common models include:
Driscoll (by Borton)
Reflection is an important part of life long learning to enable you to meet your professional standards once you are qualified.