In each week’s entry the Students are required to maintain weekly Reflective Journal (no more than 400 words is necessary), you should reflect on the Personal Knowledge and Skills Gained. Your entry should address a variable combination of the following, dependent on the specific practice immersion clinical experiences you encountered that week based on an example of clinical practice learned in (Nursing Home Care REHABILITATION UNIT )
1.New practice approaches
3.Health care delivery and clinical systems
4.Ethical considerations in health care
5.Population health concerns
7.Leadership and economic models
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