Fall 2012 Reflection Guidelines

To their behavior what did you think of the staff

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patients’/clients’ appearance? To their behavior? What did you think of the staff? What past memories were evoked by your site experiences? Was there one person who stands out in your memory? Were there any moments of failure, success, indecision, doubt, humor, frustration, happiness, or sadness? Why did events at the site happen the way they did? What could have been done differently or better? What could have been said or done to improve the situation? Did you communicate effectively with patients/clients and staff? What changes would you make if you were in charge? Did you feel useful or in the way? Do you feel your action(s) had/has any impact? What more needs to be done? Did you change or grow as a result of your experience? What did you learn about yourself? Do you have more/less understanding or empathy than you did before? How would you feel if you were the patient/client? The staff member? Now What? (Contemplate & Plan) What insights did you gain that might assist you in your career? Is there something new and creative you will try to improve your performance? What will you do about biases and prejudices that limit your effectiveness? What is the connection of this experience to your future? What impact does this experience have on your everyday life? Will your experiences change the way you act or think in the future as a pharmacist? What did the experience add to your knowledge about community involvement, citizenship, and civic responsibility? What is the relationship of this experience to the “big picture” (e.g. societal changes)? In what ways, if any, has your sense of self, your values, your sense of “community”, and your self-confidence/self-esteem been impacted or altered through this experience? Any realizations, insights, or especially strong lessons learned? Have you given enough, opened up enough, cared enough? How have you challenged yourself, your ideals, and your philosophies?
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The poem below was written by Janice Mehnert, a second-year medical student, at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. She had also participated in a Clinic / Home Visit Program called HIPHOP (The Homeless and Indigent Population Health Outreach Project). This is provided to you as an example of one individual’s personal reflection. You do not need to compose a poem.
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