Atkins And Borton Model Of Reflection

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1.Reflection is a common way for oneself to think and study about own experience and think how to improve on work or change the perspective on how oneself think about something. 2.Critical thoughts process often divided into three stages. First stage is normally trigger by uncomfortable feelings and thoughts. This may due to one realisation that their knowledge they possess at that moment is unable to fully explain in details on certain situation and often this may led to one feeling unsatisfied. Second stage is important that one develop a positive feeling over what happen and analysis what happen and think of ways to improve on it. Third stage is whereby oneself need to develop new sets of thinking and perception on how to deal with the same…show more content…
This model emphasis on three simple questions," what? So what? Now what? " to be reflected on the experience or activity to be carried out. Jasper (2003) Endorses the use of this model by novice practitioners and students as this model allows novices to reflect in the “real world of practice” (Jasper 2003, p99), therefore allowing novices to be analytical of their developing practice. Atkins and Murphy’s model of reflection is more detailed than borton Model of reflection; it emphasizes the skills used in the reflective process which include self-awareness, critical analysis and evaluation. Personally, I prefer to use Atkins and Murphy’s model which is easy to follow and detailed and it allowed us to think and analysis the root problem. As a nurse, reflection is important for nursing as a practice-based profession. It allows to reflect on what could be done correctly or better and can be perform better in the next time. The act of reflection is seen as a way of promoting the development of autonomous, qualified and self-directed professionals. Engaging in Reflective Practice is associated with the improvement of the quality of care, stimulating personal and professional growth and closing the gap between theory and…show more content…
Many were debating between should bed nets be given out free or ask people to purchase them? In Kenya, they did an experiment on it. in order to encourage people buy bed nets, they distributed discounted vouchers to the people to purchase in local pharmacy. Some people get 100 percent discount, and some people get 20 percent discount, and some people get 50 percent discount. But the result is bad, only 20 percent people get the bed nets despite the discounted rate. However, based on this experiment, the good news is, those people who actually own a bed nets will use it regardless of how they got it. These are the group of people who got the free bed net are more likely to purchase the second one, because they get used to bed nets instead of handouts. The third one is deworming. By educating parents important of the deworming their children. With deworming, the people could actually get an extra year of education for three dollars. Due on this figures, many government and foundation over the world have decided in put in effort in deworming. At the year of 2009,almost 20 million of school aged children got
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