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A focus group study of students perceptions of reflection

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posted on 2016-02-18, 12:16 authored by Adam Roche, SUSAN COOTESUSAN COOTE
Reflective practice is a learning strategy that involves thinking critically about one’s actions and is a recognised cornerstone of continuing professional development or CPD.1 With the present climate of accountability, physiotherapists have also embraced the call for evidence-based practice (EBP) and clinical effectiveness to underpin their practice. An essential component of continually developing as a professional and being clinically effective is critical self-appraisal through reflection. The reflective practice module within the undergraduate physiotherapy programme at University of Limerick (UL) is a first within physiotherapy curricula in Ireland.

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National Institute of Health Sciences Research Bulletin;3 (4), pp. 84-85

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HSE

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non-peer-reviewed

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English

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