Monday, June 10, 2013
This very approachable and concise edition manages to address a number of models of reflective practice and presents the reader with an immediate ‘overview’ of reflection and its worth in paramedic practice. This would hold true for both those with previous exposure to reflection and those new to the practice. Many readers will find the very practical worked examples in chapter 5 helpful, particularly for those perhaps new to formalised reflective practice—they help to make reflection ‘ordinary’ and relevant. The summaries at the end of each chapter are welcome inclusions, being very pithy and succinct.
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