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Reflective Writing for Nursing, Health and Social Work

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 183
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Macmillan Study Skills

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Paperback - 9781352009965

23 April 2020

€19.75

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23 April 2020

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This book takes students step-by-step through the process of planning and writing a reflective essay, beginning with crucial guidance on planning and structure. It introduces different reflective frameworks and shows readers...

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This book takes students step-by-step through the process of planning and writing a reflective essay, beginning with crucial guidance on planning and structure. It introduces different reflective frameworks and shows readers how to structure a piece of writing according to a particular framework. Chapters contain a wealth of activities and exercises which will help build students' skills and confidence.
Suitable for students of all health-related disciplines in which written assignments requiring reflective practice are required.


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Uses a step-by-step approach to enable successful planning and writing of reflective essays
Introduces different reflective frameworks
Contains samples of reflective writing, enabling students to see what works - and why.
Provides activities and exercises to build skills and confidence

Introduction
1. Types of reflective writing
2. What is reflection and why is it important?
3. The reflective writing journey
4. Capturing reflections while on placement
5. How to identify themes
6. Approaching reflective writing – frameworks, models and cycles
7. Planning
8. The style of reflective academic writing
9. Introductions for reflective assignments
10. Paragraphs for reflective assignments
11. Conclusions for reflective assignments
12. Theory to practice – first steps
13. Incorporating sources into your reflective writing
14. Writing critically & writing with flow
15. Editing and proofreading your reflective assignment
16. Reflective writing for professional development
Appendix 1: Examples of different types of reflective writing
Appendix 2: Punctuation guide
Appendix 3: Feedback glossary
Answers.-
This straightforward yet sophisticated book takes an insightful look at reflective writing for all levels. It leads students through the process of reflective writing and offers sound advice for anyone wanting to learn the subtleties and nuances of academic reflection; it is an essential tool and an excellent guide. – Nick White, Sheffield Hallam University, UK.
This comprehensive and easily accessible book should be the go-to resource for students undertaking a health or social work course. It effectively examines the principles of reflection with excellent examples allowing students to relate theoretical principles to their own experiences. – Hannah Lyman, University of West London, UK
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​Elizabeth Tanguay is Lecturer at Swansea University's Centre for Academic Success and advises students on all aspects of their academic work. She has published on academic writing and second language teaching. Elizabeth has a PhD in Applied Linguistics and is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.


Peter Hanratty is a lecturer with over ten years' experience in creating and delivering sessions on academic writing for students from a range of academic disciplines and has published in the areas of criticality, note-taking and writing academically. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Politics.

Ben Martin is a freelance writer and also works as a lecturer in Swansea University's Centre for Academic Success,...

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​Elizabeth Tanguay is Lecturer at Swansea University's Centre for Academic Success and advises students on all aspects of their academic work. She has published on academic writing and second language teaching. Elizabeth has a PhD in Applied Linguistics and is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.


Peter Hanratty is a lecturer with over ten years' experience in creating and delivering sessions on academic writing for students from a range of academic disciplines and has published in the areas of criticality, note-taking and writing academically. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Politics.

Ben Martin is a freelance writer and also works as a lecturer in Swansea University's Centre for Academic Success, where he has more than five years' experience developing and delivering writing workshops for students of all levels. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

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