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'Reflective' Writing on Practice: professional support for the dying?
Article from Journal
Educational Action Research vol. 02 no. 01 (1994)
page 83 - 94.
Writing in Action Research
In the context of a course on reflective writing for professional practitioners, Brenda Landgrebe presented two pieces of work which show that dying patients are not simply supported by carers but that patients can teach their carers about the qualities required for an acceptance of death. Richard Winter, the course tutor, suggests some of the general implications of these pieces concerning the role of writing in action research, namely: the value of the story format, and the function of writing both as a way of coming to terms with experience and as providing the confidence with which to challenge accepted theories and to envisage agendas for further learning.
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