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Transformative reflection for practicing physicians and surgeons

Reclaiming professionalism, wisdom and moral agency

; Della Fish ; Deborah Bowman (Forord)

Serie: Studies in Education for Medical Practice 2

This book is addressed to physicians and surgeons but the principles upon which it rests would be valuable for members of any profession. The Transformative Reflective Process has been designed and, over many years, tested in everyday practice with medical practitioners. Les mer
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This book is addressed to physicians and surgeons but the principles upon which it rests would be valuable for members of any profession. The Transformative Reflective Process has been designed and, over many years, tested in everyday practice with medical practitioners. Its focus is to unpack and explore the decision-making and professional judgements that doctors use frequently in everyday practice. The intention of this is to promote the development and growth of practical wisdom in order to enhance the quality of patient care.
Transformative Reflection can radically enlighten a medical professional's understanding of themselves, their detailed thinking, and the nuances of their practice. The process sharpens a doctor's acumen (their ability to make good judgements and take quick decisions) and enables them to articulate for themselves and develop further, the deepest elements of what characterises their practice. In this sense therefore, it offers truly worthwhile education. It also provides a means of sharing the complexity and special nature of medical practice with those both inside and outside medicine, who need to understand it better. It has the potential, we believe, when shared, to benefit society's understanding of what is involved inside medical practice and thus clarify what it is reasonable to expect from The NHS's human servants.

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Figures and Tables
Acknowledgements
Foreword
Introduction to the book
Part One Transformative Reflection: an overview
Introduction to Part One
1. A radical proposal and rationale for re-motivating professionals and the professions: the need for Transformative Reflection
2. Reflection: the essential core of learning through practice
3. Historical perspectives: the development of ideas about reflection as a practice
4. The Transformative Reflective Process revealed: a detailed Introduction
Part Two Transformative Reflection: The process and methodology
Introduction to Part Two
5. Prioritising time, selecting the case and developing the bullet points
6. Transformative Reflective Writing: Creating the doctor-centred narrative
7. Interrogating your Case Narrative to explore your Clinical Decision Making and Professional Judgement
Part Three Preparing for and planning to teach Transformative Reflection
Introduction to Part Three
9. Preparing to teach your junior colleague to engage in transformative reflection: educational starting points
10. Practical help for teaching the Transformative Reflective Process: thinking like a teacher
Part Four Reaching for the Future
Introduction to Part Four
11. A wider perspective on the value and use of the Transformative Reflective Process: understanding others' thinking
12. Mind your heart! Considering Spiritual Perspectives in reviewing your chosen case
Appendix
Transformative Reflective Writing: An Example The case of cholesteatoma disease.
References
Index

Om forfatteren

Della Fish MA MEd PhD Dip Ed/PGCE FAcadMEd
Della Fish's early career as a teacher educator, her wide knowledge of English literature and her observation of teaching hundreds of consultants in the clinical setting underpins her unique career as a postgraduate medical educator. Della has worked with almost every healthcare profession as a teacher and an external examiner to raise standards in curriculum design and development and in the activities of teaching, learning and assessment for postgraduates in the clinical setting. Her seminal book, Refocusing Postgraduate Medical Education: from the technical to the moral mode of practice, was published in 2012. She has taught at Masters level in five universities and in 2015 she designed and led the development of the five new core curriculum booklets for doctors as supervisors that make up the series Medical Supervision Matters, being both the lead writer in the four main booklets, and editing the series along wi