Kate Snowdon
Journal of Paramedic Practice, Vol. 10, Iss. 4, 06 Apr 2018, pp 144 - 146

Reflective practice simplifies an incident by segmenting it with the goal of gaining a new perspective. In this comment, the use of humour in paramedic practice is reflected upon through the use of a
patient scenario, examined through the lens of the Driscoll (1994) model of reflection. Humour in health care can be controversial - and also rewarding.

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