Reflection enhances personal and professional development. This study aimed to explore the perceptions of students about reflection as a clinical learning tool; and teachers' guidelines to write reflections and evaluate them. Qualitative action research was used. The study was conducted at a private nursing and midwifery institution in Karachi. Total population sampling was considered to recruit 11 study participants from the undergraduate midwifery programme. Data collection was done by following the steps of action research. Data analysis was done manually. Four themes emerged: 1) Competence in writing reflection, 2) Value of reflective practice, 3) Elements of reflection, and 4) Faculty comfort in assessing reflection.
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - Dec 2021|