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Transforming nursing through reflective practice [publication] /

by Johns, Christopher [edt]; Freshwater, Dawn [edt].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Oxford [etc.] : Blackwell, 2005Edition: 2nd ed.Description: XII, 187 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 1405114576.SAPHIR theme(s): Professions de santéMeSH subject(s): Nursing | Nursing ResearchPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: MonographSummary: Reflective practice has been widely adopted as a successful method for developing nursing. This second edition of the book provides a wealth of new insights from practitioners actively involved in reflective practice in nursing research, education, clinical practice and practice development. It enables nurses to continually evaluate their own practice in order to inform their approaches to reflection; critique, develop and monitor their professional practice; and thereby improve the quality of their patient care. There is a greater emphasis in the new edition on transforming practice, the research base for reflective practice and grounding the reflective process in clinical practice.[Ed.] - [Contents] : 1. Expanding the gates of perception. 2. Evidence, memory and truth. 3. Living relational ethics in health care. 4. Reflective practice and Socratic dialogue. 5. Clinical supervision in the context of custodial care. 6. Developing Prison Health Care through reflective practice. 7. Voice as a metaphor for transformation through reflection. 8. Reflexivity and intersubjectivity in clinical supervision. 9. The Beast and the Star: resolving contradictions within everyday practice. 10. Using reflection in complementary therapies. 11. Creating sacred space: a journey to the soul. 12. Constructing the reflexive narrative
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Reflective practice has been widely adopted as a successful method for developing nursing. This second edition of the book provides a wealth of new insights from practitioners actively involved in reflective practice in nursing research, education, clinical practice and practice development. It enables nurses to continually evaluate their own practice in order to inform their approaches to reflection; critique, develop and monitor their professional practice; and thereby improve the quality of their patient care. There is a greater emphasis in the new edition on transforming practice, the research base for reflective practice and grounding the reflective process in clinical practice.[Ed.] - [Contents] : 1. Expanding the gates of perception. 2. Evidence, memory and truth. 3. Living relational ethics in health care. 4. Reflective practice and Socratic dialogue. 5. Clinical supervision in the context of custodial care. 6. Developing Prison Health Care through reflective practice. 7. Voice as a metaphor for transformation through reflection. 8. Reflexivity and intersubjectivity in clinical supervision. 9. The Beast and the Star: resolving contradictions within everyday practice. 10. Using reflection in complementary therapies. 11. Creating sacred space: a journey to the soul. 12. Constructing the reflexive narrative