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Reflection

Looking back on something and analyzing it

Webster Dictionary: “a thought, idea, or opinion formed or a remark made as a result of meditation”

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Reflective journal

Describing lessons, impressions, likes/dislikes, and reassessments of situation/experience/performance

It is not a descriptive log or play by play, a primary venting tool, or grading mechanism

Used by multiple professionals, hard work for some

Provides an outlet for feelings, cognitive reflection, and development

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Process of reflection

1. Awareness of feelings and thoughts (+/-) aka trigger event

2. Critical analysis of feelings, thoughts, and knowledge

3. New perspective

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3 Types of Reflection (Reflection types)

Reflection IN action
Reflection ON action
Reflection FOR action

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Reflection IN action (Reflection types)

reflection while you are doing something

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Reflection ON action (Reflection types)

reflecting on things that happened

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Reflection FOR action (Reflection types)

reflecting on what you might do in the future

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Domains of Learning (Learning Domains)

Cognitive (the head)

Psychomotor (the hands)

Affective (the heart)

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Cognitive (Learning Domains)

knowledge, facts (the head)

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Psychomotor (Learning Domains)

manual skills, pressure, hand placement, body mechanics (the hands)

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Affective (Learning Domains)

values, confidence, interactions, interpersonal communication (the heart)

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Guidelines for Arcadia reflective journaling

After every ICE and 8 week clinical visit

Feelings and thoughts (about self, patients, professionals, others)

Lessons learned

Unresolved questions/concerns

Self assessment of progress/change

Look back and re-read