reflective note

reflective note

A subjective note written by a doctor or other health professional for his or her own personal use as part of the life-long learning process. Reflective notes should be used for continuing professional activities to maximise the benefit of the exercise and should be kept in one’s personal portfolio, to be presented during annual appraisals.

Reflective notes on CPD activities
• Why was I there?
• What was useful for me?
• What were the most important things I learnt?
• What is the most important thing for me to do as a result of this conference/activity (include future learning needs and how to address them)?
• How will my learning influence/change practice?
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The Du Quoin City Council ended the year on a reflective note.
Ben Affleck kicked off 2017 on a reflective note, looking back at his rise to fame and the pros and cons that come with it.
The 2008 GOP presidential nominee was re-elected without much difficulty despite early predictions of a competitive race, and struck a reflective note ahead of the outcome.
The significance of the reflective note by Alan Reid is primarily historical.
The third step, which comprised elaboration on the feedback for the reflective note, was missing in this study; this omission might have affected the impact of the students' reflections on self-efficacy.
Spike's ode to his beloved Newcastle, I Love This Dirty Town, raised the roof one last time, while his tales of unrequited love in I Don't Love You Anymore left the departing crowd in a more reflective note.
After the noise and excitement of the film music a more reflective note was introduced with the haunting melody of the late 19th century composer Faure's cool and elegant Pavane, beginning with the strings led by 1st violinist Katrina Elliman, and taken up by woodwinds.
In all, this is a great book well worth reading and ends on a reflective note with Davis stating, "I only wish I had done more.
On a more reflective note, purple is symbolic for courage, wisdom, equality, womandom, feminism, lesbianism and gay rights movement.
Hobsbawm manages to end his autobiography on a slightly more reflective note, but to the very end his troubled relationship to the United States is in evidence.
He also includes Stranger Song by Leonard Cohen and he introduces it (in the liner notes) with a reflective note of his school days.
Perhaps it's just me but when I think of Dylan Thomas I often hear the haunting, soulful, reflective notes of a saxophone somehow drifting across Swansea Bay right down to Laugharne where he did much of his writing and probably dreamed up Under Milk Wood.