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Title: Promoting self-reflection in clinical practice among Chinese nursing undergraduates in Hong Kong
Authors: Ip, WY
Lui, MH
Chien, WT 
Lee, IF
Lam, LW
Lee, DT
Keywords: Chinese
Education programme
Nursing undergraduates
Self-reflection
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
Source: Contemporary nurse, 2012, v. 41, no. 2, p. 253-262 How to cite?
Journal: Contemporary nurse 
Abstract: This study evaluated the effect of a structured education programme on improving the self-reflection skills of Chinese nursing undergraduates in managing clinical situations. Johns' Structured Reflection Model was used as a framework for the development of the education programme. Thirty-eight nursing undergraduates attended a 3-hour interactive workshop on reflective skills and were encouraged to practise the skills learned under the guidance of a nurse instructor during their 4-week clinical practicum. The findings indicated that the programme was helpful in improving the undergraduates' reflective skills though only a few of them reached the highest level as critical reflectors. Some undergraduates identified time constraints and the lack of a trusting relationship with their nurse instructor as barriers to their reflective learning. The findings may help nurse educators develop education programmes with structured learning strategies to promote nursing undergraduates' self-refection in clinical practice.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/21947
ISSN: 1037-6178
EISSN: 1839-3535
DOI: 10.5172/conu.2012.41.2.253
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