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Reflection papers Reflection papers should be - NO shorter that one page - Have at least one reference (may be an article we read in class, or find a new scientific artilce) - Should have three sections 1. Summary: summary of what you did that day in lab 2. Research: summary of an article with some reference to the population that you worked with, the individual’s goals, etc. 3. Application: discussion of how the article will help you work with the individual/population in the future. How will the research article help you in your career as a PT/ OT/ Dr. / etc.
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EXAMPLE Brittney Muir Lab section: Tuesday 2-4pm Date: 09/09/10 Today I worked with Esther; she participated in the balance study last fall. She said she was in the Wobble board group. Esther fell 3 weeks ago and dislocated her shoulder. She fell while she was trying to squish a bug. She stood on one foot while attempting to step on the bug with the other foot. She lost her balance and fell. Luckily her husband was at home with her at
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