The reflective practitioner - a guide for medical students - GMC
The majority of medical students benefit from a starting strategy which entails five basic steps. To be a good student, dedication, work-ethic, and self-confidence are three aspects that are required. However, in medical school, almost everyone has that. For this reason, it is important to create a successful study method.
The students who have the best methods are called geniuses.
The students who fail to implement proper study methods flunk out or barely pass. It is important to realize that in order to be successful in medical school, reviewing study material over and over again is a must.
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This guide will help you understand the principles and importance of reflective practice. Why you will need to read this document.
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There is a strong public interest in medical students and doctors being able to reflect in an open and honest way. This guidance gives you practical advice on how to become a reflective practitioner. Show all chapters in this guidance Summary Key points on being a reflective practitioner Becoming a reflective practitioner How can you reflect? Demonstrating reflection Anonymising reflective notes Things to remember about reflection Disclosure of reflective notes. Next Key points on being a reflective practitioner.
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About this guidance This guidance gives bespoke advice to all medical students, and is based on several different documents: The reflective practitioner: guidance for doctors and medical students - guidance for all doctors and medical students on how to reflect as part of their practice.
Achieving good medical practice - guidance on professional behaviour for medical students, developed by the GMC and the MSC. Outcomes for graduates - outcomes set by the GMC that every medical school must ensure their graduates meet.
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