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Copyright © McGraw-Hill Global Education Holdings, LLC. Not to be redistributed or modified in any way without permission. What? JOBNAME: McGraw−AstonWakefiel PAGE: 20 SESS: 39 OUTPUT: Tue May 4 15:37:25 2010 SUM: 467367C8 /production/mcgraw−hill/booksxml/aston/chap02 USING PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO SUPPORT DECISION MAKING Which opportunities do you access for reflection? Alone? With your mentor? Within a group? How might you work towards utilizing further opportunities for reflection, and how might these benefit your practice?
For example, in this instance you realize you panicked but this was the first time you had seen an arrest. You are aware you shied away from practising resuscitation in front of your peers in the classroom and so didn’t feel as competent as you might have. However, you were able to check for breathing and the absence of a pulse and did know to get someone immediately. You also realize you need to ask for some more resuscitation practice in the university, need to ask your mentor to go through the arrest trolley with you, and that you need to practise this skill until you can do it without thinking about it This is the skill that allows you to build up the experience into a coherent whole, integrating new knowledge, skills, feelings and attitudes You have learned that you need to develop more confidence in the classroom, be more proactive when participating in clinical skills sessions so that you feel more confident about your ability in the future.
JOBNAME: McGraw−AstonWakefiel PAGE: 22 SESS: 39 OUTPUT: Tue May 4 15:37:25 2010 SUM: 19954E06 /production/mcgraw−hill/booksxml/aston/chap02 USING PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO SUPPORT DECISION MAKING Kolb, D. (1984) Experiential Learning: Experience as a Source of Learning and Development. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. Nightingale, F. (1859) Notes on Nursing: What it Is and What it is Not. London: Harrison. Scottish Office Home and Health Department (1991) The Role and Function of the Professional Nurse.