The Scholarship of Reflective Practice
Dawn Freshwater, PhD, RN, FRCN, BA (Hons) Professor of Mental Health and Lead for Centre of Excellence in Applied Research IHCS, Bournemouth University, UK; Sara Horton-Deutsch, DNSc, RN Associate Professor of Nursing at Indiana University Director of the Adult Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist Program in the Department of Environments for Health Bloomington, Indiana, USA; Gwen Sherwood, RN, PhD, FAAN Executive Associate Dean The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Nursing Houston, Texas, USA; Bev Taylor, PhD, Med, RN, RM Foundation Chair in Nursing and Research Director Nursing and Health Care Practices, Southern Cross University, Australia
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This resource paper describes definitions of reflection and reflective practice, and their historical context, methods, processes, applications, benefits, and limitations. Recommendations are made regarding policy and research agenda items for reflective practice worldwide. In the spirit of inquiry and reflection, questions for exercising thought are included throughout this document. Recommendations are made to promote reflective practice in nursing worldwide.
For further information regarding reflective practice, visitors to this item may be interested in the STTI published book, Reflective practice: Transforming education and improving outcomes (2012), authored by Gwen D. Sherwood & Sara Horton-Deutsch, two of the authors listed in this resource paper. Note that by following the link you are leaving the repository website where information is freely provided and entering STTI's sales website, Nursing Knowledge International. Also note that the resource paper and the book are separate works and not dependent on one another. The link to the book is supplied as a courtesy to those repository patrons interested in further STTI resources on reflective practice written by the same authors of this resource paper.
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