REFLECTIVE ACCOUNT. Unit 1- 1.1, 1.2-This is a reflective account of the things I have done, experience and knowledge I have gained throughout the assessor 's course mainly during the process of assessment. First, I would like to describe the definition of assessment, its key concepts, stages to show the knowledge and understanding I have gained throughout the course. An assessment is a pre-agreed formal session with the learner. Assessment is judging performance against an agreed standard and is also a way of finding out if learning has taken place. It enables yo assessor to ascertain if learner has gained
INTRODUCTION For this assignment I will be writing a reflective account which will identify a significant episode of care in which I had been involved with, by identifying the pathophysiology and the disease process for the chosen patient; this will be presented by giving a brief outline of the psychosocial influences of the illness for the patient and others who may have been involved with the care. I will also reflect upon this episode by using a reflective model and examining the nursing process, using a holistic perspective throughout the reflective framework. Maintaining confidentiality is a key element, outlined in the Nursing Midwifery Council the Code (2008).
Reflective Account Moving & handling One day I was ask to transfer Mrs X from bed into wheelchair. Mrs X is paralised so to transfer her a full body hoist is needed. I had to call for help, it wouldn’t be safe to do this by myself. So while I was waiting for the other carer to arrive I have explained to Mrs X what and how we are going to do it. I have also cheked the hoist and battery if its fully charged and operational. I put right size sling on Mrs X with her cooperation. I carefully manovered hoist close to bed, then I hooked sling onto the hoist with short hooks on to of the body and long hooks on bottom. That was when my collegue arrived to help me with transfer.We asked Mrs X if she is ready when she said yes by pushing
My past place of employment had a high level of excellence and a high level of trust. I was employed at this facility for 11 wonderful years. The upper management was involved with all of the employees and remained available for employees for with any concerns and they
Reflective Account On an occasion at work I was aware of a staff member communicating very negatively, for example sighing and tutting and general negativity. Supervision was due so it was brought into meeting that last had concerned had noticed a change in the person’s general attitude, I asked if there was a specific reason and was told there was not. Although they agreed that they were being negative. We discussed the workload and it was decided it was not that. It was mentioned by the staff member that they were feeling a little unsure of how to deal with a service user who had dementia and was unpredictable and seemed to have taken a dislike to the staff member .We discussed at length the way forward and I arranged for some
As you will note from my CV, I hold a First Class BA Honours Degree in Childhood and Family Studies and Education Studies. Whilst the majority of the modules I studied were based around developing my knowledge of working with children and families, some modules were focused on my professional and ethical practice.
I assessed 71 years old female, Ms. Smith (fake name), who appeared in good physical health. She was alert and oriented because she was able to tell me the correct date and place. She did not seem to be in any distress. Eyes were symmetrical, sclera was white, and pupils were equal, round, reactive to light, and accommodating, and extraocular movements were intact. No hearing deficit was noted because Ms. Smith was able to repeat the words that I whispered into her each ear. I did not note any breathing difficulties as she was able to breathe through both nares equally, lungs were clear bilaterally upon auscultation, and she denied shortness of breath. No swelling or tenderness was noted on palpitation of lymph nodes. Ms. Smith denied heart pain or palpitation, and heart beats were regular upon auscultation. Extremities were symmetrical bilaterally, and muscle strength was strong upon assessment.
In both my personal, professional life I have dealt with the issue of plagiary. As a practitioner I’ve seen the gamut with students. The practice of representing ideas falsely happens often and unintentionally. If writing represents symbolic thought I would be hard pressed to apprirpitatley name and give credit to where all of my thoughts originated. However I have learned to separate the authors voice from my own through the use of citation.
Reflective Log After Submitting my work, I have received feedback for my task one and two. I can now reflect on my work and create an action plan to improve my future assignments.
Writing is the unlimited practice of expressing one’s own ideas and beliefs. It is complicated and confusing at times, but once you understand what the writer is trying to say, it becomes in adventure. For me writing is difficult because I truly never learned how to write. I struggled in English for SAT and in Reading for the SAT, but I always tried to better myself. I learned that writing isn’t about how the grammar necessarily, writing is about what the content is telling you. Writing is trying to grab the audience to read your story. It is your chance to have a voice and have chance for people to hear you. Writing is the necessity to learning and the necessity to life. It connects everyone around you with you. This practice will continue to flourish and will always be an important quality.
Reflective Practice Journal Healthcare reform has caused many new changes in how patients are cared for in today’s society. Healthcare is now centered on the patient actively participating in their plan of care. The focus of healthcare is to maintain a safe environment for patients and improve patient outcomes by following evidenced based practice procedures that help guide the nurse in delivering patient centered care.
The teacher must be a reflective practitioner who continually tests the effects of his/her choices and actions on others such as students, parents and other professionals to grow professionally. A good teacher shows the ability to adapt to ever-changing circumstances the ability to reflect upon her students and the situation
Reflective Paper [Name of the Writer] [Name of the Institute] Reflective Paper The aim of the reflective essay is to highlight my own personal development skills that I have developed during first semester of my module. However, in this report I will make sure my learning ability phase and what this module has allowed me to work and understand in improving my personal skills and purpose. My major aim is to develop and assess an in depth range of my personal traits as a student in order to endorse my future development plan.
The writing I did this semester for Engl 110c has meant alot to me because I was able to pick a topic that has such a huge impact in my life. I was able to do the topic about Navy Wives, which has a huge impact on me. I recently became a navy wife a year ago and my life has changed drastically. I was able to share everything I wanted to about the life of a military wife through my writings, as well as share to my classmates about my topic. I really enjoyed creating my ePortfolio because I could come out of my shell and be me. I made a ePortfolio website that would be for military wives to read. I believe this website would be perfect for any military wife reading it. I was able to give tips and information on what it’s like to be a military wife, how to prepare for deployments and how to stay strong being a military wife.
Reflective Self-Introduction In the Book of Jeremiah chapter 31, verse 3, God dialogued with Jeremiah: “I have loved you with an everlasting love.” I believe that God created me and called me by name Vũ Đỗ (through my parents) because of that “everlasting love.” I am called to be baptized in