An introduction to reflective writing

Course details

Content:

  • How reflection can improve practice
  • Introduction to reflective writing, using the Gibbs model of reflection
  • Understand how to apply reflective writing
  • Awareness of library resources to support CPD

    Attend if:

    • You would like to gain an understanding of what reflective writing is and to increase your confidence in this skill
    • You would like to understand how to apply reflective writing to your professional CPD

    Previous experience required: no previous experience is required.

    Duration: 1 hour

    Format: presentation with group work, including working on an example of a reflective account using the Gibbs model of reflection and applying to your CPD

    Booking a place: use the form below or log into KnowledgeShare (using an NHS OpenAthens username and password) to book onto a session.

    Places for our on-site teaching are limited to comply with social-distancing guidance.

    To protect attendees and facilitators from potential COVID-19 exposure, our on-site teaching sessions require you to comply with our Learner Agreement. By attending our on-site sessions, you are confirming you have read the agreement and accept its conditions.

    Dates which are taught online only (using tools such as Microsoft Teams) are listed separately. You will be contacted with more details when you book onto a specific session. Contact uhsussex.library@nhs.net if you have any queries.

    Further Information: Resources List [PDF]

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