What just happened? The art of reflecting on your practice

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What just happened? The art of reflecting on your practice

Reflecting practice

With reflection activities now part of the Pharmacy Council’s new recertification framework, community pharmacist and academic Stephanie Yee explains the how and why of learning this skill.

The ultimate goal of reflection is to develop reflexive practice that is transformational, because we are not only reflecting in the moment but also a
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