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    the interest of the audience (O'Donnell 2016). To improve on my weaknesses, I took part in class activates where the lecturer put us into groups and it involved us presenting an idea, place, etc. I will use the Gibbs’ Reflective Cycle (1988) to reflex on my presentation. Gibbs’ reflective cycle encourages me to think systematically about the phases of a group activity. For the project assignment, I had to do a 10-minute presentation on the history of Hip Hop music. When delivering my presentation

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    Using Gibbs Reflective Cycle (1988), I will reflect on the CPR experience during the Clinical Stimulation Lab (CSL). I will discuss the knowledge and skills I have gained, however indicate in my action plan what things I need to further develop. Prior to attending the CSL class, I completed the lab preparations which included basic CPR questions and watched the video clip provided. I understood the procedures for CPR outside and within a hospital environment. When given an event of a cardiac

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    (Gibbs G, 1988) The introduction of the Gibbs reflective cycle helped the nurses to have a systematic thinking about the different activity phases (Huston, 2014). These logical elements of the procedure are describing the problem, feelings identification, evaluation, analysis, conclusion, and an action plan. Every stage is essential in carrying out the reflective processes for nurses. Nurses come across many situations that affect their emotions, ethical dilemmas, conflicts from the patient’s family

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    reflect on a clinical situation that has taken place during my placement. I will be using the Gibbs’ reflective cycle which will include the skills of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of care and link it to the registered nurse standards for practice – standard 4 , comprehensively conducts and assessments (nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia [NMBA], 2016). The Gibbs’ reflective cycle consists of 6 stages which starts with a description of the situation and what I observed, the

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    value. The event I have chosen involves a patient who we found unconscious and had a ‘Do not attempt resuscitation’ (DNAR) order in place so therefore, died. To reflect on my chosen event, I will be using Gibbs Reflective Cycle (1998), I have chosen this cycle due to using this reflective cycle successfully in the past when working in a care home to thoroughly reflect on my experiences. Reflection is important in healthcare because it helps us to learn from our past experiences

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    the experience, the need for analysing accurately at different viewpoint, it do not seem to be a clear suggestion where the overall learning might cause the change in practice, assumptions and perspective. The “reflection model of Gibbs” is a well-known model for reflective practice. This mainly contains six stages which are mentioned in below

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    This reflective commentary is based on a recent taped interview I carried out with another student as part of my practising social work skills and knowledge module. For this commentary I have chosen to use Gibbs reflective cycle (1988) which involves six stages; description, feelings, evaluation, analysis, conclusion and action plan. The Gibb’s reflective cycle allows me to look at the tape and reflect on all aspects of what I did well or not as well and reflect on what I would do differently next

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    Using Gibbs’ Reflective Cycle Gibbs’ Reflective Cycle (or Gibbs’ Reflective Model) Gibbs’ reflective cycle is a theoretical model often used by students as a framework in coursework assignments that require reflective writing. The model was created by Professor Graham Gibbs and appeared in Learning by Doing (1988). It looks like this: Action plan If it arose again what would you do? Descripiton What happened? Conclusion What else could you have done? Feelings What were you thinking and feeling

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    In this essay, I will be using the Gibbs Reflective Cycle (1988) to reflect on my first-hand experience on a specific matter during my first placement allocation as a student nurse. The Gibbs Reflective Cycle is a six-stage model which I believe will allow me to somewhat analyse and give a clear insight into my experience. As stated by Somerville et al (2004), reflective practice within nursing is described as “a process by which practitioners can better understand themselves in order to be able

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    learning cycles, the ones I will be talking about are Kolb’s experiential learning cycle and Gibb’s reflective cycle. Kolb’s experiential learning cycle is a theory that argues that we learn from our experiences of life on a daily basis. Cognitive ability is the way people learn and Kolb believed from an early age we begin to develop a sort of instinctive preference as to the way we process information and use it. Kolb (1984) believes that the process of learning follows a pattern or cycle. Kolb’s

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