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Using the transtheoretical model of behaviour change to analyse the impact of stopping exercise: a reflection

Becoming a student nurse meant giving up a full-time job and moving from a rural location with plentiful exercise spaces to an urban setting with limited green space. My new location meant I was away...

Through the looking glass: the rabbit hole of reflective practice

In the ambiguous clinical context where act or omission can have potentially devastating consequences, there is a heavy price to pay for being unskilled and unaware of it (Kim et al, 2015). Inspired...

Current teaching of psychology in undergraduate adult and comprehensive nursing curricula

A systematic, integrative review of two specific data sources was conducted using the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) guidelines for reporting systematic...

Reflecting on the communication process in health care. Part 1: clinical practice—breaking bad news

Reflection is a highly beneficial tool (Oelofsen, 2012), one that has played a key role in the author's ongoing examination of her practice. In this context, reflection enables a personal insight into...

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