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This work explores the underlying issues and problems surrounding reflection, describing a selection of initiatives and fulfilling a need for novice reflectors to increase their knowledge. The theoretical underpinnings are presented, along with the realities of using reflection in practice.
Keywords Nursing   Self-evaluation   Self-knowledge, Theory of   Education, Nursing   Philosophy, Nursing
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