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Recording Learning and Development “Reflective Account” Form This is one of a number of forms which can be used to evidence your learning. Using a reflective tool is a good way to formalise and to record your learning. Your reflection can be used to evidence continuing professional development, meeting performance objectives for KSF, or demonstrating achievement of professional standards to support revalidation. This template is adapted from Gibbs model (1988, 1998) but you might prefer to use other models that you are familiar with. More information about this model is available at http://distributedresearch.net/wiki/index.php/Gibbs_reflective_Cycle The Flying Start NHS® website has lots of support and guidance around developing skills in reflection. Although the resource is aimed at newly qualified staff it is a good source for other staff too and is recommended. http://www.flyingstart.scot.nhs.uk/ Title Description What happened? Feelings What were you thinking and feeling? Evaluation What was good and bad about the experience and why? Analysis What sense can you make of the situation Conclusion What else could you have done? What would you do if it happened again Action Plan What would you change or improve in your practice as a result of this learning?
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