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Reflective Accounts Form
You must use this form to record five written reflective accounts on you CPD and/or practice related feedback and/or an event or experience in you practice and how this relates to the Code. Please fill in a page for each of you reflective accounts, making sure you do not include any information that might identify a specific patient, service user or colleague. Please refer to the NMC guidance on preserving anonymity in Guidance sheet 1 in ‘How to revalidate with the NMC’.

Reflective account:

What was the nature of the CPD activity and/or practice-related feedback and/or event or experience in you practice?


I attended Cardiopulmonary resuscitation training in January 2014 where the implementation of the North England North West Unified Do Not Attempt Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation policy was introduced. During the session they explained how the policy practically worked within clinical practice and the new documentation (Lilac form), the Mental Capacity documentation and the patient information leaflet.


What did you learn from the CPD activity and/or feedback?


That the policy is now Northwest Regional and not just Trust based. The documentation (Lilac form) is given to the patient / relative / caregiver on discharge. What to do in relation to the Mental Capacity assessments and documentation (in relation to UDNACPR)

The use of patient / relative information leaflets

Other key documentation that may influence uDNACPR decisions such as Advanced Directive to Refuse Medical Treatment (ADRT) and Power of Attorney Health and Welfare.


How did you change or improve your work as a result?


I know feel that I understand the process of uDNACPR and have a more comprehensive understanding of the policy which I can utilise in clinical practice which directly affects patient care.

I also went away from the training session and accessed the policy and read it in full which has explained things further. I also feel that I can now manage affectively patient / relative / caregivers questions and those of colleagues.




How is this relevant to the Code?

Select one or more themes: Prioritise people - Practice effectively - Preserve safety - Promote professionalism and trust




Prioritise people

Practice effectively

Preserve safety

Promote professionalism and trust



Reflective Accounts Form
You must use this form to record five written reflective accounts on you CPD and/or practice related feedback and/or an event or experience in you practice and how this relates to the Code. Please fill in a page for each of you reflective accounts, making sure you do not include any information that might identify a specific patient, service user or colleague. Please refer to the NMC guidance on preserving anonymity in Guidance sheet 1 in ‘How to revalidate with the NMC’.

Reflective account:

What was the nature of the CPD activity and/or practice-related feedback and/or event or experience in you practice?


I received practice feedback in the form of a thank you letter (see attached)


What did you learn from the CPD activity and/or feedback?


The feedback thanked me for supporting a junior doctor during their clinical skills induction and assessing their clinical competence within the classroom setting.


How did you change or improve your work as a result?


This has made me feel more confident about my role as a teacher and I feel better equipped to support new staff in developing their clinical skills.


How is this relevant to the Code?

Select one or more themes: Prioritise people - Practice effectively - Preserve safety - Promote professionalism and trust




Practice effectively

Preserve safety

Promote professionalism and trust



Reflective Accounts Form
You must use this form to record five written reflective accounts on you CPD and/or practice related feedback and/or an event or experience in you practice and how this relates to the Code. Please fill in a page for each of you reflective accounts, making sure you do not include any information that might identify a specific patient, service user or colleague. Please refer to the NMC guidance on preserving anonymity in Guidance sheet 1 in ‘How to revalidate with the NMC’.

Reflective account:

What was the nature of the CPD activity and/or practice-related feedback and/or event or experience in you practice?


I attended clinical champions’ course in December 2013 which is a one-day course focused on how clinical skill can influence patient safety in relation to infection control.


What did you learn from the CPD activity and/or feedback?


I learned about the risks of catheter associated urinary tract infections and how to correctly perform this procedure.


How did you change or improve your work as a result?


I had never catheterised a male patient before so following the course (where I had practiced both female and male catheterisation) I undertook supervised practice (with patient consent) in this skill (see attached competency.


How is this relevant to the Code?

Select one or more themes: Prioritise people - Practice effectively - Preserve safety - Promote professionalism and trust




Prioritise people

Practice effectively

Preserve safety

Promote professionalism and trust





Reflective Accounts Form

You must use this form to record five written reflective accounts on you CPD and/or practice related feedback and/or an event or experience in you practice and how this relates to the Code. Please fill in a page for each of you reflective accounts, making sure you do not include any information that might identify a specific patient, service user or colleague. Please refer to the NMC guidance on preserving anonymity in Guidance sheet 1 in ‘How to revalidate with the NMC’.



Reflective account:

What was the nature of the CPD activity and/or practice-related feedback and/or event or experience in you practice?


I attended Cardiopulmonary resuscitation training in January 2014 where we were instructed and practiced Adult and Paediatric Basic Life Support


What did you learn from the CPD activity and/or feedback?


Within the training session I refreshed my knowledge of the current national resuscitation guidance and the instructor linked this with practice and the clinical environment. I also gained refreshed knowledge and information regarding audit finding on local issues and policies. These included MEWS and Sepsis.


How did you change or improve your work as a result?


Emergency situations are generally quite daunting however require immediate action which involves having the knowledge and confidence to sure safe and best practice. Through regular refresher training this allows me to practice the skills and ask questions in a safe environment to ensure that the care I deliver in such moments remains based on current guidance and best practice. The training reassures that the care I deliver is accurate and appropriate and I feel better equipped to deal.


How is this relevant to the Code?

Select one or more themes: Prioritise people - Practice effectively - Preserve safety - Promote professionalism and trust




Prioritise people

Practice effectively

Preserve safety

Promote professionalism and trust




Reflective Accounts Form
You are required to record a minimum of five written reflections on the Code, your CPD and practice-related feedback, as outlined in ‘How to revalidate with the NMC’. Please fill in a page for each of your reflections, ensuring you do not include any information that might identify a specific patient or service user. You must also discuss these reflections as part of a professional development discussion (PDD) with another NMC registrant and may be required to upload a signed PDD form.

Reflective account:

What was the nature of the CPD activity and/or practice-related feedback and/or event or experience in you practice?


I completed 2 modules, Clinical Examination skills & Diagnostic Health Assessment over a 4 month period.


What did you learn from the CPD activity and/or feedback?


I completed 2 modules, Clinical Examination skills & Diagnostic Health Assessment over a 4 month period.


How did you change or improve your work as a result?


I learnt how to obtain a comprehensive history from the patient. Also, how to examine different systems and provide a differential diagnosis. I was also able to write several assignments & written examination at Level 7. It provided me with the underpinning knowledge to interpret physiological and clinical data to determine a differential diagnosis and management plan.


How is this relevant to the Code?

Select one or more themes: Prioritise people - Practice effectively - Preserve safety - Promote professionalism and trust:




Prioritise people

Practice effectively

Promote professionalism and trust





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