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Living Out Reflective Practice

Kumar, Kamalini

doi: 10.1097/CNJ.0b013e31821d41f5
Feature: CE Connection

Nurses are being encouraged to be reflective practitioners, but what does that mean? This article describes reflection-in-action and reflection-on-action, and offers practical advice on how to reflect critically in day-to-day practice and life. A comparison is made between professional reflective practice and biblical reflection or meditation.

What is "reflective practice?" Find ways to transform care and your professional, personal, and spiritual life through reflection and Christian biblical meditation.

Kamalini Kumar, PhD, RN, is the Director of Clinical and Professional Development at Mercy Medical Center, Clinton, Iowa. She has taught more than 35 years in healthcare and public sectors and is a frequent presenter for Nurses Christian Fellowship/USA and NCF International.

Experience needs to be processed if it is to be turned into personal knowledge.

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