reflective practice


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reflective practice

A process in the UK which facilitates learning from experience, widely regarded as a mature learning format, in which a doctor trainee teases the actions and consequences from the Gestalt of a clinical or diagnostic experience. In reflective practice, one asks what happened, examines one’s initial responses and how those responses might be modified in similar actions in the future.
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