Culturally Safe Nursing and Midwifery Practice

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REFLECTION:PART B
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1GIBBS REFLECTIVE CYCLE.......................................................................................................1Description..................................................................................................................................1Feelings.......................................................................................................................................1Evaluation...................................................................................................................................2Analysis.......................................................................................................................................2Conclusion...................................................................................................................................2Action..........................................................................................................................................3CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................3REFERENCES................................................................................................................................4
INTRODUCTIONReflective practice is a crucial task which is essential for individuals to perform inrelation to determine one's own performance in a specific area of study(Husebø, O'Regan andNestel, 2015). The following reflection is based on the culturally safe nursing and midwiferypractice related to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People and a detailed reflection of PartA.GIBBS REFLECTIVE CYCLEDescriptionA detailed description of the activity is expected in this stage of the model(Bassot,2016). The last semester was about culturally safe nursing and midwifery practice in relation toAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peopleand I was required to effectively study aboutidentity of these individuals and how is the same interrelated with the culture of these people..Furthermore, it was expected of me to effectively reflect learning during four weeks of thisparticular unit. However, as per the lecturer's remark, the previous reflection did not clearlydescribe my learning about the culturally safe nursing and midwifery practice. Furthermore, theircomment also highlighted the ineffective use of grammar and ambiguous stating of facts.FeelingsDuring beginning of this module,I was quite keen to learn about Aboriginal and TorresStrait Islander People's sense of identity. It was important according to me as I felt that learningabout the same would impact my life in an even better manner and make me more culturallysound. Furthermore, I was prepared enough to learn about their history, origin of terminologieslike “Aboriginal”, etc. However, I was quite under-confident later as there were several aspectstaught to us regarding the identity of Aboriginal individuals which were quite complex for me tolearn, such as facets of identity from these individuals' perspectives. Such under-confidence hada negative impact on my life as my nursing practice requires me to get a grip on these aspects.Asfor the reflection, I was under-confident in presenting my views effectively which is evidentfrom inconsistency and irrelevance in my previous reflection. However, I realised how necessaryit is to effectively reflect one's experience in relation to appropriately identify all the appropriateaspects related to learning of something as effective as providing proper nursing and midwiferypractice to Aboriginal individuals.1
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