This Holistic Reflection Model is the one that midwifery students will be using, from 2018.
Bass, J, Fenwick, J., & Sidebotham, M. (2017). Development of a model of holistic reflection to facilitate transformative learning in student midwives. Women and Birth, 30(3), 227-235. doi:10.1016/j.wombi.2017.02.010
The following cues are offered to help practitioners to access, make sense of, and learn through experience.
Johns, C. (1994). Nuances of reflection. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 3, 71-75.
This reflective cycle is a useful tool to guide your reflection:
1. Identifying a situation in practice >>> 2. Reflecting: Focus on feelings and behaviour >>> 3. Understanding: Feelings are motivators of behaviour >>> 4. Identifying learning needs: Consider knowledge, attitude, skills >>> 5. Taking action to meet own learning needs >>> 6. Developing a plan to change action.