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More About This Title Becoming a Reflective Practitioner 2e
Chapter 1 - Understanding reflective practice.
Chapter 2 - Constructing a reflective model for nursing.
Chapter 3 - Clinical supervision.
PART 2 - The impact of reflection on realising desirable practice.
Chapter 4 - Being available.
Chapter 5 - Responding with appropriate action.
Chapter 6 - Knowing and managing self within relationship.
Chapter 7 - Creating and sustaining a practice environment.
PART 3 Creating the learning organisation.
Chapter 8 - Reflective communication.
Chapter 9 - Managing quality.
Chapter 10 - Leadership
This is a superb resource for nurse and all those eager to enhance their knowledge and skills in reflective practice. It is well presented, user-friendly and stimulating.'
From reviews of the first edition
"Johns has given nurses the means to make reflection much easier so that it can become an everyday part of their professional life. It is a useful source of reference that should be recommended to anyone, not just nurses, wishing to develop their knowledge and skills in reflection."
Journal of Nursing Management
"The author of this text is among the leading proponents of reflective theory. It is a very well written book that takes the reader through the process of successful reflection. It uses practical examples to highlight the key issues for health care practitioners."