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The main purpose of the essay is to examine my experienced on a particular situation whistle using the mode of reflection The issue raised at my recent work place I would going to analyse evaluate and makes conclusion about the incident The Nursing and Midwife code of professional conduct 2008 all personal information and location has been changed to protect confidentiality I have chosen to use Dirscolls models of reflection 2006 that consist of three questions what so what now what According to Dirscolls reflection euphemism it is similar to seems your appearance into a mirror you might like what see and would not need to change your appearance or there could be others things that you do not like which needs to change in order to be better your appearance this method can cause you to change The capacity to reflect is a vital part of life that required a balanced thinking process and the ability to look at your short coming If an individual is unable to reflect their past then they will be incapable of making change for the future Taylor 2006As I was passed through the corridor I heard someone crying out loudly I went to checked what was going on I discover an elderly women was in severe pain her mouth was dried she need a glasses of water she shouted for any innervation but none of staffs was at present It was the first day on my placement I did not have enough experience or knowledge to deal that sort of events I remember feeling apprehend I did not know how to help the patient although I use my common sense to deal with the situation by reported the nurse on the ward that day to came and give the women assistance and a glass of water The nurse
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