Reflection on My Role as Student Nurse and Future Healthcare Practitioner
The aim of this essay is to reflect on my role as a future health care practitioner and this I will be carrying out by using the Rolfe’s reflective MODEL. According to Wikipedia (Rolfe, 2001) stated that through the Rolfe reflective model, ‘’..a description of the situation is given which then leads into the scrutiny of the situation and the construction of knowledge that has been learnt through the experience.”
As a future learning disability Nurse, I will be looking at the essential skills that are required for me to advance and pass my course as set out by the NMC (2007) Standard for Pre-Registration Nursing Education.
These required essential skills have been …show more content…
The challenges were quite enormous at the beginning of my studies, as it was difficult initially especially using the Boolean System, subject heading and free text search which I was never familiar with, but when I implemented them correctly, I found it made my work easier. The search module course approaches and guidelines setup By the University also helped tremendously and was also easy to apply.
Communication has always been a major problem between people irrespective of age gender or colour. When information is transmitted in a manner that is unclear, it can be mis-interpreted and might be misconstrued. Hamilton, S.J. and Martin, D.J. (2007) uses the word “framework” to qualify communication and he explained it to mean openness, flexibility and versatility which he concluded are the essential qualities of an effective nurse and also effective communicator. The ability to actively listen to people, ask questions, talking confidently and make constructive contributions are all part of good communication process and when this is lacking, dispersing duties becomes difficult as it brings about a barrier. In this aspect I rated myself 4, based on my active involvement in group discussions and presentation delivered in my class at my present course of study and in the pass at work. I have kept communication very clear and jargon free by making