To adhere to the nursing and midwifery code of professional conduct (nmc 2008 ), i will maintain my patients autonomy, to respect his right to confidentiality therefore no names will be used clear verbal consent was gained from my patient as the nmc states (nmc 2008a), to enable myself to reflect on this experience. In order that i could use this situation for my reflection the patient will be referred to as “mrs a” in this assignment confidentiality will be maintained by the use of pseudonyms, this is to maintain privacy and confidentiality in line with the nmc code of professional conduct (nmc, 2008), “as a registered nurse.
Rcn advice on the reflection and reflective discussion requirements for nmc revalidation of the code featured at the top of this page, how does this activity relate to the nmc code there are a number of structured reflective models to help you formulate your reflections here are a few popular ones: gibb's (1980. Using gibbs' reflective cycle create a reflective piece which identifies an incident in nursing where there was a lack of leadership critical reflection of this incident has made it clear that there is a deference to those i deem more senior than myself, perhaps due to a subconscious desire to maintain good working.
Keywords: critical reflection, dementia, nurse advocacy, general and acute setting, working in partnership as a community mental health nurse (cmhn) for older people, working in a non-national health many models offered by theorists to choose from (mezirow, 1981 goodman, 1984 gibbs, 1988. Reflection using gibbs reflective cycle description i undertook a full assessment on a patient with a sacral pressure sore the patient had limited mobility, dementia and does not speak i completed the assessment using observation as a primary source the care assistants were reluctant to engage with the nursing.
This article will explain how to use concept mapping to write a in-depth, though- provoking literature review or essay. Midwifery reflection example - in this reflective account i will reflective upon an incident that occurred while on practice placement i will identify how i recognised the limitations of my knowledge and skill as a student midwife and made the transition from a registered nurse to that of a student midwife i will employ gibbs. Abstract background health professionals continue to seek ways to promote positive communication and self-worth when supporting people living with dementia the value of creative writing techniques as part of reflective practice in nursing and caring for older people with dementia needs further.
The incident will include an ethical issue with an elderly lady who has dementia and refused to take her medications whils extracts from this a model of reflection will be used to reflect back on the incident, looking at each of the stages of gibbs model of reflection to help breakdown the incident moral theories and. Throughout this reflection, the clients name and clinical setting will not be disclosed as this would breach confidentiality (nmc 2004) for this reason the client will be referred to as 'martin' the first stage of gibbs (1988) model of reflection requires a description of eventsmartin is a 45 year old male, who is currently at a.
This is in order that his real name is protected and that confidentially maintained in line with the nmc code of professional conduct to treat information about patients and clients as confidential and use it only for the purpose for which it was given in order to help me with my reflection i have chosen gibbs.