The Pedagogical Reflection Model: an educational perspective on clinical decisions

Bettina Voergaard Poulsen, Stine Vibholm Persson, Mette Skriver, Camilla Lucht, Gry Tange, Lise Kofoed , René Poulsen , Lise Lotte Grann, Bodil Pille, Elisabeth Sievers, Signe Risom, Sine Lehn-Christiansen

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Abstract

Clinical decision-making is important in patient-centred nursing, which is known in nursing education and research (1)

The Pedagogical Reflection Model (PRM) can provide a framework that supports students’ decision-making in patient-specific situations.

PRM is based on the assumption that clinical decision-making needs to take into account; 1) clinical experiences, 2) the perspective of the patient, 3) clinical observations and investigations, 4) knowledge about patients experiences of being a patient and ill, 5) medical knowledge about diseases, and 6) the organizational framework (2,3,4)(Figure 1)

The aims of this study were to explore how nurse students and clinical supervisors use PRM as method to reflect before, during and after PRM guidance in relation to clinical decisions in the first year of clinical practice
Translated title of the contributionDen pædagogiske Refleksionsmodel (PRM) - et uddannelsesperspektiv på klinisk beslutningstagen
Original languageEnglish
Publication date8 May 2018
Publication statusPublished - 8 May 2018
Event7th International Nurse Education Conference: Research, scholarship and evaluation: ensuring nursing leadership in education, practice and healthcare - Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Banff, Canada
Duration: 6 May 20189 May 2018
Conference number: 7
http://cnsa.ca/conference/netnep-2018-7th-international-nurse-education-conference/

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Conference7th International Nurse Education Conference
Number7
LocationBanff Centre for Arts and Creativity
Country/TerritoryCanada
CityBanff
Period06/05/201809/05/2018
OtherNETNEP 2018: 7th International Nurse Education Conference will take place May 6 – 9, 2018 in Banff, Canada. As with previous events in the series, NETNEP 2018 will facilitate the sharing of knowledge and experience of nursing, midwifery and healthcare workforce education worldwide. Keynote talks will be supplemented by oral presentations; short talks with accompanying poster; posters and ‘rapid 5s’ (5 minute oral presentations) for which abstracts are invited by September 1, 2017 on the following conference themes: Teaching & assessment Learning in practice – Clinical education New technologies, simulation and social media in teaching and practice Curriculum innovation & development Evidence and educational discourse Research, scholarship and evaluation Professional development & leadership
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