Practicum

Assignment 2: Practicum Journal and Time Log (Due Week 4)
A vital part of the reflective process is to plan for changes in your behavior.

Somerville & Keeling, 2004.

Being a reflective practitioner enables NPs to identify weaknesses and target professional development in order to address these weaknesses. In turn, this increases the NPs ability to provide the best care to patients and their families.

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