Reflective techniques will be used to reveal how well or badly the situation was handled.
And how the incident, and the reflection has influenced personal learning and professional practice in relation to nursing care.
Beers and Berkow (1999, p1668) state this is "precipitated by an acute increase in coronary obstruction due to the rupture of the fibrous plaque covering an atheroma with consequent platelet adhesion".
Pain is greater that if the angina is stable, it is more intense and can occur spontaneously even at rest.
Active Experimentation – plan/practice the concepts developed in stage 3 so when the concrete experience occurs again you take a different action.
More coursework: 1 - A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I - J | K - L | M | N - O | P - S | T | U - Y The objective of this assignment is to explore and reflect upon a situation from a clinical placement.The layout of this assignment will follow the layout of John's model.Marks (2001, p38) discusses how well reflection is accepted across nursing. The nurse said he would be back to check the results.It causes considerable suffering and reduces the quality of life.The patient had woken with the pain and it had worsened during the morning.Reflective Observation - A description of what happened and what were you feeling at the time.Abstract Conceptualization - Why did this happen and what do you plan to do to either change this or prevent reoccurrence.It has been advocated by the English National Board (1994), UKCC (1996) and a range of nursing literature, with the aim of improving practice via a structured means of identifying, reviewing and making sense of relevant practical knowledge. As the writer was nervous nothing about the patient was asked. It was then found that the patient did not speak any English and the friends had gone outside so there was no-one who could translate.During teaching we had been told that we never put the ECG away in the patients notes, but we must find a doctor to look at it immediately and it must be signed by this doctor.Nicholls and Sani (2003, p30) include that the incidence of cardiovascular disease accounts for forty per cent of all deaths between the ages of sixty five and seventy four.These figures rises considerably after the age of sixty five.