Can we really be sure we’ve imparted all the information needed for informed decision making. The answer is probably not, and that is where books like this become important resources bridging the gap between the knowledge we can practically impart and the additional knowledge patients may be keen to possess before making a decision about their healthcare.’
This article provides a list of all material published as part of Reflective practice in podiatry. Some provide open access and Podcasts were also introduced this summer for people on the go.
How you project your image is important and to do this your message must be clear and focused. In this book the author considers the whole skeleton of talking effectively with the powerful use of personal experience in the form of anecdotes. This handy size book is culled from 40 years of experience in the business.
It may seem a hackneyed expression, but I wish that I had had this book whilst at college. For a student, or someone with a passion for skin, this book is a must for the podo-dermatologist, if not, dare I say, all serious podiatrists. We spend our life dealing with skin and so knowledge of the cellular activity is important.
'Journal Publications' Provides a catalogue of reference material in podiatric medicine and surgery which has been linked directly with sources to provide the reader with the full text or abstract. Podiatry and the Changing Face of Consent Podiatry. Tollafield D R....
If we reflect through an experience we must be able to make changes afterwards. There may not be a need to change, or as you review your results glaring holes appear that need a fresh approach. The process is made up of repetitive cycles rather than a single cycle. We should not set aside our actions because there is a constant need to provide the best outcome, best performance and minimise risk and error. This can only come through diligent use of an audit or some other type of review process.
Reflection is about what you observe, what you have learned that works and what does not. It should consider your mistakes which shared can help others. Sure, this is not always easy because you feel embarrassed. That is why I started to write. It is not trumping myself up as Mr Perfect as who can aspire to this status?
Reflection is an important part of a clinicians duty as laid down by professional body regulators. Knowing how to reflect is important and writing is not the only way. If it is the preferred method then this article offers an example using the subject of hyperlinking.
Material that exists on the subject of high heels appears to stretch back to the late 20th century and first decade of the 21st. There is no shortage of evidence which is written from every standpoint.
Its worth looking a little more at the science behind journalist reports.
While audit may appear dry it should appeal to the clinician as a way of reflecting on their own clinical performance. Examples are given from author David Tollafield in this series on reflection from clinical practice.