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Volume 10, Number 1, February 2009

Editorial commentary: opening remarks
pp. 1-2(2)
Authors: Chambers, Philip; Burchell, Helen; Gully, Tim

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Editorial commentary: the power of the dominant form
pp. 3-4(2)
Authors: Chambers, Philip; Burchell, Helen; Gully, Tim

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On humour and reflection
pp. 5-12(8)
Author: Stroobants, Hilde

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Reflecting meaningfully, reflecting differently
pp. 13-26(14)
Authors: Bold, Christine; Chambers, Philip

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'… as I engaged in reflection: a play in three acts'
pp. 27-32(6)
Author: Rawal, Swaroop

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Editorial commentary: reflective learning - the critical dimension
pp. 35-36(2)
Authors: Chambers, Philip; Burchell, Helen; Gully, Tim

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Editorial commentary: different ways of knowing and telling
pp. 65-66(2)
Authors: Chambers, Philip; Burchell, Helen; Gully, Tim

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Using creativity to encourage reflection in undergraduate education
pp. 67-76(10)
Authors: Newton, Jennifer; Plummer, Virginia

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Editorial commentary: reflective learning and its socio-political context
pp. 103-103(1)
Authors: Chambers, Philip; Burchell, Helen; Gully, Tim

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Developing new community health roles: can reflective learning drive professional practice?
pp. 121-130(10)
Authors: Dugdill, Lindsey; Coffey, Margaret; Coufopoulos, Anne; Byrne, Kate; Porcellato, Lorna

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Editorial end piece
pp. 131-131(1)
Authors: Chambers, Philip; Burchell, Helen; Gully, Tim

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