Cokely, C G and DePlacido, Christine (2012) Fostering Reflective Skills in Audiology Practice and Education. Seminars in hearing, 33 (1). pp. 65-77. ISSN 0734-0451
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Reflection is considered a deliberate process of learning from experience with the goal of realizing effective and rewarding patient and personal outcomes. Reflective thinking has become incorporated into clinical practice and education across health-care professions. Facilitators for development of reflection and reflective practice include appropriate timing, a supportive environment, feedback, and mentorship. This article introduces the reader to models and forms of reflection, discusses facilitators and detractors to effective reflection, and reviews critical commentary. The Reflective Journal, 4 Habits of Effective Audiologic Service, and Self Reflection of Learning are three tools that guide students or practitioners in reflective activities.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Reflection - reflective practice - reflective journal - health professional education - clinical supervision|
|Deposited On:||11 Sep 2012 10:48|
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