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Curriculum committees at health professional schools are determined that faculty engage students in reflection. Reflective practice invites students to inquire into their own thoughts, biases, assumptions, feelings, and behaviors and to reconnect with their own sense of purpose and commitment to their work. In Keeping Reflection Fresh, practitioners, educators, and students in medical humanities, bioethics, nursing, emergency medicine, geriatrics, psychiatry, family medicine, surgery, medical education, and other fields join artists, musicians, poets, and writers to present an illuminating and innovative collection of provocative essays. The contributors—including Louise Aronson, Jay Baruch, Alan Bleakley, Rita Charon, Jack Coulehan, Sayantani DasGupta, Therese Jones, and Delese Wear, among many others—offer insights, guidance, and strategies designed to inspire new concepts, connections, and conversations, enrich practices, and stimulate scholarly inquiry.

Keeping Reflection Fresh demonstrates the care and commitment of internationally recognized educators who are working toward reimagining health education and re-inspiring health care. It will be welcomed by a broad readership of educators, students, practitioners, and lifelong learners across the healing professions, social sciences, humanities, and artistic disciplines.

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  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright Page
  2. pp. i-vi
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. vii-xiv
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  1. Foreword: Keeping Reflection Beautiful
  2. Alan Bleakley
  3. pp. xv-xx
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  1. Foreword: Keeping Reflection Poetic
  2. Jack Coulehan
  3. pp. xxi-xxv
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  1. Preface: Extend a Broad, Global Invitation. Court Innovative Thinking. Be Open to Surprise
  2. Allan Peterkin and Pamela Brett-MacLean
  3. pp. xxvi-xxx
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  1. Part 1: Narrative Approaches—Reading, Writing, and Reflecting
  2. pp. 1-2
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  1. Writing toward Self, Other, and Health
  2. Rita Charon
  3. pp. 3-6
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  1. Decentering the Doctor-Protagonist: Personal Illness Narratives in the Narrative Medicine Classroom
  2. Sayantani Dasgupta
  3. pp. 7-10
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  1. Holding a Mirror to Reflective Writing and Discourse
  2. Linda S. Raphael
  3. pp. 11-14
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  1. Enhancing Learning Cultures across Campus: An Interdisciplinary Reading Group
  2. Dorothy Woodman and Tamar Rubin
  3. pp. 15-18
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  1. Medicine as a Second Language
  2. Elizabeth Gaufberg, Rachael Bedard, and Maren Batalden
  3. pp. 19-21
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  1. A Surgeon’s Reflections on Reflection in Surgery
  2. Karen Devon
  3. pp. 22-25
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  1. Imagining Problem-Based Learning Cases as Real People: Creative Reflective Writing in Medical Education
  2. Jeanne Bereiter
  3. pp. 26-28
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  1. Team Writing: A Narrative Approach to Team-Building Skills and Enhancing Competencies in Health-Care Professions
  2. Jennifer Adaeze Anyaegbunam, Jennifer Sotsky, and Brandon Sultan
  3. pp. 29-32
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  1. Letters to a Third-Year Student
  2. Therese Jones and Anjali Dhurandhar
  3. pp. 33-36
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  1. Haiku It!—Reflection in Seventeen Syllables
  2. Beth Perry, Margaret Edwards, and Katherine J. Janzen
  3. pp. 37-39
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  1. The Reflecting Poem and the Use of Poetry in Health-Care Education
  2. Ronna Bloom
  3. pp. 40-43
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  1. “Like a Page Waiting for Music”: Nursing, Poetry, and Autonomy
  2. Joy Jacobson
  3. pp. 44-47
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  1. Making Patient Safety Resonate with, and Relevant to, Trainees Using Narrative
  2. Amy Nakajima
  3. pp. 48-51
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  1. Reflection as Side Effect: Use of Creative Writing Exercises in Medical Education
  2. Jay Baruch
  3. pp. 52-55
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  1. Critical Incidents in Clinical Teaching: Using Expanded Storytelling to Reflect on Practice
  2. Pam Harvey and Natalie Radomski
  3. pp. 56-58
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  1. Part 2: Visual Reflection—Learning to See
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  1. The Art of Assessment
  2. Martina Kelly, Siun O’Flynn, and Deirdre Bennett
  3. pp. 61-63
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  1. Linking Self-Reflection to Clinical Practice
  2. Caroline Wellbery and Melissa Chan
  3. pp. 64-67
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  1. Examining the Body: Fostering Reflection among Student Nurses about “the Body” in Practice
  2. D. Stewart MacLennan and Erika Goble
  3. pp. 68-71
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  1. Cultivating Fresh Eyes: An Arts-Based Workshop Series for Clinical Faculty
  2. Alexa Miller, Warren Hershman, and Gopal Yadavalli
  3. pp. 72-75
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  1. Soup vs. Art
  2. Monica Kidd, Lara Nixon, and Tom Rosenal
  3. pp. 76-78
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  1. Exploring Art and Clinical Experience with Doctors in the Early Years of Postgraduate Training
  2. Kelly Thresher, Samantha Scallan, Jonathan Louis Smith, Christopher Owen, Lyndsey Boreham, and Pippa Gardiner
  3. pp. 79-82
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  1. Visual Representations of Personal Philosophies of Nursing: Use of Art and Reflection
  2. Joanne K. Olson, Olive Yonge, and Sylvia Barton
  3. pp. 83-85
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  1. Moral Imagination: The Use of Visual and Written Texts to Create Circles of Empathy and Understanding
  2. Lara Nixon, Tom Rosenal, Laurie Pereles, and Roberta Jackson
  3. pp. 86-89
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  1. Reflective Doodling—A Method of Visual Learning
  2. M. Michiko Maruyama
  3. pp. 90-91
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  1. Drawing (on) Life Experience: Reading and Creating Comics as a Reflective Practice in Medical Education
  2. Shelley Wall
  3. pp. 92-95
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  1. A Reflective Practice Curriculum for Team-Based Humanistic Patient/Relationship-Centered Care and Ethical Decision Making
  2. Hedy S. Wald, Paul George, and Julie Scott Taylor
  3. pp. 96-99
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  1. Inspired by Visual Art: Exploring Practice through Collage Making
  2. Karen Gold and Ingrid Cologna
  3. pp. 100-103
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  1. Fostering Reflective Capacity in Health Professional Education Using Art and Reflective Narratives
  2. Khaled Karkabi, Hedy S. Wald, and Orit Cohen Castel
  3. pp. 104-106
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  1. “Not So Funny”: Prompting Reflection through Single-Panel Cartoons
  2. Neville Chiavaroli and Steve Trumble
  3. pp. 107-110
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  1. Part 3: Performance and Reflection—Theater, Music, and Film
  2. pp. 111-112
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  1. Dramatizing Reflective Writing
  2. Martin Kohn
  3. pp. 113-115
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  1. Acts of Reflection: Combining Medical Readers’ Theater and Reflective Writing
  2. Carol Schilling and Susan Arjmand
  3. pp. 116-119
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  1. Developing Personal Artistry: Physicians and Artists Explore the Art of Health-Care Communication Excellence
  2. Irene McGhee, Kate Eccles, and Angela Elster
  3. pp. 120-123
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  1. Theater in the Theater: The Cancer Tales Experience in Four Acts
  2. Trevor Thompson and Will Goodison
  3. pp. 124-128
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  1. Fostering Reflection-in-Action through a Performance Arts Workshop
  2. Julie Chen, Lynn Yau, Nancy Loo, Anderson Tsang, and L. C. Chan
  3. pp. 129-132
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  1. “And So the Story Grows”: The Object Exercise
  2. pp. 133-136
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  1. The Use of Musical Autobiographies in Shaping Professional Identity
  2. Amy Clements-Cortes
  3. pp. 137-140
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  1. “Parallel Narrative” in a Close Reading of the Film The Savages
  2. Maura Spiegel
  3. pp. 141-144
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  1. A Red Nose, Floppy Hat, and the Arts: The Trainers’ Workshop
  2. Paul Dakin
  3. pp. 145-147
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  1. Performative Reflection: A Theater Elective Directed to Promoting Relational- Responsive Awareness among Medical Students
  2. Michele Fleiger, Alim Nagji, and Pamela Brett-MacLean
  3. pp. 148-151
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  1. The Challenges of Effective Student Reflection in a Predoctoral Dental Communication Simulation Course
  2. Mark Scarbecz and Marcia S. Seeberg
  3. pp. 152-155
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  1. Music as Metaphor to Teach Transformation in Nursing Education
  2. Olive Yonge, Joanne K. Olson, and Sylvia Barton
  3. pp. 156-158
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  1. Body Language
  2. Maren Batalden, Christina Pham, Rachael Bedard, and Elizabeth Gaufberg
  3. pp. 159-162
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  1. Part 4: Learning from Patients and Clients
  2. pp. 163-164
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  1. On Becoming Impolite: Learning to Make the Most of Collisions
  2. Jonathan Bolton
  3. pp. 165-168
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  1. Incorporating Patients’ Voices in Health Professional Education
  2. Wendy A. Hall, Seema Shah, Lisa Marie Sterr, and Sue Macdonald
  3. pp. 169-171
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  1. “What Ails You?”: Reflections on Compassion
  2. Ulrich Teucher and Marcel D’Eon
  3. pp. 172-175
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  1. Preparing the Soil: Fostering Reflection and Transformation through Narratives in Medical Education
  2. Julie Blaszczak and Arno K. Kumagai
  3. pp. 176-179
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  1. Psychoanalytic Approaches to Opening Reflective Practice
  2. Ron Ruskin
  3. pp. 180-183
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  1. Nervous Laughter and Taboo Topics: Using Humor to Teach History-Taking Skills
  2. Clayton J. Baker
  3. pp. 184-187
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  1. A Structure for Reflection Using Home Visits
  2. Robert J. Bulik
  3. pp. 188-190
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  1. Part 5: Ethics and Professionalism
  2. pp. 191-192
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  1. Saying What We Mean: Using Reflection to Articulate Core Values
  2. Rachael Bedard, Maren Batalden, and Elizabeth Gaufberg
  3. pp. 193-196
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  1. Reflective Time Capsules
  2. J. Donald Boudreau
  3. pp. 197-200
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  1. An Arts-Based Approach to Ethics Education in the Health Professions
  2. Elizabeth Anne Kinsella, Shanon Phelan, and Susan Bidinosti
  3. pp. 201-204
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  1. Disclosing a Personal Critical Incident: Inspiring Reflective Practice
  2. Stella Ng
  3. pp. 205-208
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  1. Building Multigenerational Ethics Peer Mentors to Help Students Recognize and Manage Ethics Challenges
  2. Catherine Myser
  3. pp. 209-212
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  1. Challenges in Reflecting on Story in a Four-Year Narrative Ethics Core Medical Curriculum
  2. Jeff Nisker
  3. pp. 213-216
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  1. The Humanistic Aspects of Medical Education Seminar at New York University School of Medicine
  2. Lucy Bruell, Michele Sarraco, Fred Wertzer, and Jerome Lowenstein
  3. pp. 217-220
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  1. Ethics as Work
  2. Mark Lachmann
  3. pp. 221-224
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  1. A Sweet Tradition: The Oath of Hippocrates on Lake Ontario
  2. Jacalyn Duffin
  3. pp. 225-228
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  1. Redrawing the Line on Professionalism: Reflecting on Professionalism across the Health-Care Continuum
  2. Penelope Smyth and Carol S. Hodgson
  3. pp. 229-231
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  1. Two Processes for Reflecting on Clinical Moral Perception
  2. Christy A. Rentmeester
  3. pp. 232-236
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  1. Part 6: Spirituality and Mindfulness
  2. pp. 237-238
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  1. Promoting Holistic Health through Reflective Learning about Spiritual Assessment
  2. Margaret B. Clark and Joanne K. Olson
  3. pp. 239-241
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  1. Reflections on Interprofessional Education within a Spiritual Diversity Program
  2. Beth Sawatsky and Patricia Frain
  3. pp. 242-245
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  1. Chair Sculpture of Suffering Exercise
  2. Kenneth Fung and Mateusz Zurowski
  3. pp. 246-249
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  1. “My Aesthetic Moment”: Interprofessional Narratives
  2. pp. 250-253
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  1. Two Voices: One Intention
  2. Gordon Giddings and Janet Finlay
  3. pp. 254-257
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  1. Reflective Space: The Medical Library as a Mindfulness Sanctuary
  2. Ruth Wong, Venus Wong, Julie Chen, and L. C. Chan
  3. pp. 258-261
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  1. Growth beyond Borders: Exploring the Role of Reflection in Global Health
  2. Amy R. Blair and Virginia McCarthy
  3. pp. 262-265
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  1. Service Learning and Reflective Practice
  2. Lynn-Beth Satterly
  3. pp. 266-270
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  1. Part 7: Curriculum Design and Innovation
  2. pp. 271-272
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  1. Reflection across the Curriculum
  2. Johanna Shapiro
  3. pp. 273-276
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  1. Stanford Medicine: Cultivating Creativity and Reflection through Intensive Arts, Humanities, and Social Science Opportunities
  2. Audrey Shafer
  3. pp. 277-279
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  1. Using the REFLECT Model for Reflective Practice and Action Research
  2. Bev Taylor
  3. pp. 280-283
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  1. Curating a Reflection Course in Postgraduate Medical Education
  2. Allan Peterkin
  3. pp. 284-285
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  1. How Family Medicine Residents Go Crazy over Passport Stickers, and Their Impressive Cultural Self-Reflection along the Way
  2. Jeffrey M. Ring and Julie G. Nyquist
  3. pp. 286-289
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  1. The Scavenger Hunt: Writing about Medicine’s Unmapped Territory
  2. Susan J. Sample
  3. pp. 290-292
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  1. Meeting a Future Cadaver: Humanities as Touchstone for Reflection during Anatomy
  2. Rachel Hammer and J. Michael Bostwick
  3. pp. 293-296
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  1. A Narrative Companion for the Medical Curriculum
  2. Debra Hamer, Jesse Kancir, Jonathan Fuller, Ayelet Kuper, Pier Bryden, and Allan Peterkin
  3. pp. 297-300
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  1. Recognizing Learning Opportunities in the Workplace: Encouraging Clinical Supervisors to Think Big in Their Teaching
  2. Natalie Radomski and Pam Harvey
  3. pp. 301-303
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  1. Reflective Practice: A Longitudinal Course for Medical Students
  2. Joseph Zarconi and Delese Wear
  3. pp. 304-307
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  1. Reflection for Practice-Based Learning
  2. Margaret L. Stuber
  3. pp. 308-310
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  1. Prompting Reflection in Small-Group Learning: “Things I Thought about in the Car”
  2. Debbi Andrews
  3. pp. 311-314
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  1. Crises of Empathy: Practicing Having the Body of an “Other”
  2. Sara K. Schneider
  3. pp. 315-318
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  1. Promoting Patient-Centered Care: The Intersection between Interprofessional and Complementary/Alternative Medicine Education
  2. Anastasia Kutt and Sunita Vohra
  3. pp. 319-322
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  1. A Traditional Departmental Grand Rounds Format Shifts a Health System Culture toward Reflective Practice
  2. Alice Fornari and Barbara Hirsch
  3. pp. 323-326
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  1. Part 8: New Media
  2. pp. 327-328
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  1. Using the Documentary Sicko to Explore Health Systems: An Online Teaching Innovation to Foster Reflection
  2. Lynn Corcoran and Jananee Rasiah
  3. pp. 329-331
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  1. “The Elephants in the Medical Encounter”: Reflecting on Systems Thinking with Blogging
  2. Michele Battle-Fisher
  3. pp. 332-335
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  1. Digital Storytelling in Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Education
  2. Melody Rasmor and Sarah Kooienga
  3. pp. 336-339
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  1. How I Learned Reflective Practice from a Simulator Mannequin
  2. Lisa Richardson
  3. pp. 340-343
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  1. Using Electronic Portfolios to Record Reflection: Supporting the Supervisors of Primary Care Physicians in Training
  2. Jonathan Foulkes and Samantha Scallan
  3. pp. 344-347
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  1. Using Online Student Journaling as an Approach to Reflection: A Creative, Arts-Based Strategy
  2. Katherine J. Janzen, Heather MacLean, and Mary Ann Wiebe
  3. pp. 348-350
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  1. Mapping Well-Being: Reflections on the Role of Place in Healthy Human Functioning
  2. Sarah L. Hastings and Jaclyn L. Mullins
  3. pp. 351-354
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  1. Google Mapping: Developing Reflective Perspectives on Health and Place
  2. Pamela Brett-MacLean, Catherine Roder, Shayna McNeill, Maureen Engel, and Heather Zwicker
  3. pp. 355-359
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  1. Video Interactive Guidance: A Reflective Pedagogical Tool for Enhancing Learning Goals and Compassion in the Context of Clinical Communication Skills Education
  2. Elvira Perez Vallejos, Deborah James, and Dick Churchill
  3. pp. 360-362
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  1. Beyond Information Giving: Use of a Blended Approach to Reflection to Promote Skill Development in Physiotherapy
  2. Lester E. Jones
  3. pp. 363-367
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  1. Introducing Narrative Reflective Practice in a Family Medicine Clerkship: A Blended Online Approach
  2. Marie-Therese Cave and Amy Tan
  3. pp. 368-371
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  1. Afterword: Keeping Reflection Accountable
  2. Louise Aronson
  3. pp. 372-376
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 377-392
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 393-410
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Additional Information

ISBN
9781631012112
Related ISBN
9781606352830
MARC Record
OCLC
960166526
Pages
448
Launched on MUSE
2016-10-12
Language
English
Open Access
No
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