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Reflection training as a form of professional development for physiotherapy clinical educators

Christine Frith, Sallie Cowan, Clare Delaney

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An important aspect of improving clinical supervision teaching skills is providing opportunities for educators to reflect on and develop confidence in their teaching approaches (Patton, 2013). 


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Delany, C., & Golding, C. (2014). Teaching clinical reasoning by making thinking visible: An action research project with allied health clinical educators [Electronic Version]. BMC Medical Education, 14, 20.

Finlay, N., Schulz, D., Smith, M., Patton, N. & Walker, A. (2011, May). Clinical education supervision training: A model for allied health. Paper presented at the Department of Health Clinical Placements Summit, Melbourne, Australia.

Patton, N., Higgs, J., & Smith, M. (2013). Using theories of learning in workplaces to enhance physiotherapy clinical education. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, 29(7), 493–503.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.11157/fohpe.v16i2.77

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