Section 1) contents and introduction- includes details of reflective framework and how you intend to signpost the reader through the portfolio
section 2) reflective account- utilising a refletive style, critically analyse and evaluate issues raised for you during continuity project experience. the critical analysis should include an examination of the current evidence base for practice as well as demonstrating your ability to question your own practice in order to optimise the care you give. (3000-3500 words). The reflective account should centre on aspects of your continuity project that have meant the most learning for you. for example how particular incidents were managed including a discussion f the implications for accountability and professional practice. This analysis should also include an exploration of key aspects of midwifery care such as the provision of continuity of care, facilitating informed choice and normalising birth. also an evaluation of the decision making processes used and identify possible alternatves for future practice.
section3) (no word limit) evidence- a care plan of assessmentys, planning and implementation and evaluation of care in conjunction with mentor midwife.
A summary of personal philosophy of the art of midwifery. Evaluations of the two women in continuity project. Guidelines and protocols referred to in section 2. Informational leaflets referred to in section 2. Reflections of multi professional forums, meetings attended. Reflective diary of two coninuity project women.
This continuity project to contain 2 mini reflections. The topics chosen are communication and third stage of labour.
Gender Roles / Marriage The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (Thurber) and THe Story of an Hour (Chopin)
The rough draft for your Final Paper, in which you compare and contrast two literary works from this course that share the same theme (using the “Themes & Corresponding Works” list in the Week Five Final Paper instructions, as a guide).
The paper should be organized around your thesis (argument), which is the main point of the entire essay. When developing a thesis for a comparative paper, consider how a comparison of the works provides deeper insight into the topic of your paper (i.e., think about why you have chosen to look at these particular works in relation to one another). In your analysis, consider the relationships among the following elements: