Sue Iliff, Gaylene Tool; Occupational Therapy Student’s Conceptions of and Relationship With Self-Reflection: A Phenomenographic Approach. Am J Occup Ther 2018;72(4_Supplement_1):7211505095p1. doi: 10.5014/ajot.2018.72S1-PO3010.
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Date Presented 4/19/2018
Self-reflection is essential to clinical competence and serves as the basis of adult education. This study used a phenomenographic approach to explore occupational therapy students’ conceptions of and relationship with self-reflection. Results inform educational programming and support the practice of self-reflection.
Primary Author and Speaker: Sue Iliff
Contributing Authors: Gaylene Tool
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