The Reflective Journal will help you gain deeper insight into your clinical practice and help you understand your own behavior.
By looking back at what occurred, you can find ways to improve in future. Spend five minutes on reflection after each client or as often as you can and use the form provided to document what happened.
Reflecting on your practice can help you become more person-centered, reduce stress in your workday, and become more time efficient with clients.
What is Reflection?
Reflection in Audiology
We have developed a reflection guide to help you get a deeper insight into your clinical practice. It can inspire you to start thinking and working in new ways by looking back at your current practice and improve in the future.
To modify your current practice, it is very important to have a good understanding of your current behavior. Reflection can be used after each appointment, after a particularly challenging appointment, or after a specific success with a client.
In this video, Melanie Gregory describes the Reflective Journal and explains how it can be used.
History Behind the Tool
Leading to Change
It has truly been an eye-opening experience to observe just how much effect a few small changes can have on the clinician-client relationship."