TASK 2: PART B – Written Critical Reflection Word limit: 750 words +/- 10% Uploaded via the
submission link provided on Moodle. Submission instructions (including how to name your file) can
be found in the `Critical Reflection Submission Guidelines` located on Moodle. Alternatively you can
access the guidelines by [Clicking Here] NOTE: If any student is experiencing difficulties with the
submission of assessment tasks they should contact the Course Coordinator prior to submission.
Feedback: Results will be made available to students via the grade book on Moodle within 21
working days. Marking of the critical reflection: University staff will mark this assessment task. Premarking moderation will apply to this assessment task. Marking guide for this assessment task is
provided on Moodle. Description: Each student will submit a written 750 word critical reflection on
performing the allocated skill. It is most important that students begin to appreciate that a reflection
is much more than simply a narration of what was done or not done. In the context of clinical
reasoning, a critical reflection is your thoughts on what was done and what improvement is required
for being a more effective and safe practitioner in your future practice. In order to facilitate this
process, students should follow the Gibbs Reflective Cycle. The written critical reflection needs to be
an individual piece of work by each student. Even though the same or similar elements may be
discussed in the reflection it must be submitted in each students own words. If the same work is
submitted plagiarism penalties will apply. It is advisable that students do the writing up of this
reflective part of this assessment as soon as you complete the recording of video clips and while the
event is fresh in your mind. Details of reflection: Using a recognised model of reflection (Gibbs
Cycle), reflect on the clinical event/situation you experienced during your clinical skill assessment for
this course. Each student should undertake the critical reflection in order to analyse one aspect of
their clinical skill within the context of the simulation scenario they undertook and the nursing role
they performed. In addition, your critical reflection should address – your understanding of
knowledge related to the clinical event/situation, how the clinical event/situation has increased your
understanding of the role and scope of practice of the registered nurse in Australia, and where you
believe you need further development and/or learning. You may also utilise the information that you
have received from assessor feedback and video (if recording was performed) to help with this
process. Structure your assignment with these headings: fdlGrades UD_NURBN1006_2019/20_2019-
07-17 09:38:44 CRICOS Provider Number: 00103D 12 /19 NURBN1006 FOUNDATIONAL NURSING
PRACTICE 2: ASSESSMENT & NURSING MANAGEMENT 1. Description: Provide the context for

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