Building better relationships: Developing critically reflective practice when working preventatively with domestic violence and abuse

Das, J. and Waddington, K. 2020. Building better relationships: Developing critically reflective practice when working preventatively with domestic violence and abuse . International Practice Development Journal. 10 (2) 12. https://doi.org/10.19043/ipdj.102.012

TitleBuilding better relationships: Developing critically reflective practice when working preventatively with domestic violence and abuse
TypeJournal article
AuthorsDas, J. and Waddington, K.
Abstract

Background and context: This article presents reflections on critical participatory action research into the development of critically reflective practice, conducted by the first author alongside practitioners who work preventively in the field of domestic violence and abuse. It is part of a doctorate in health science undertaken in response to the need to question assumptions, presuppositions and meaning
perspectives in what is a complex and harmful area of interprofessional practice.
Aims: The research aims are to develop knowledge and professional/interprofessional practice in this ill-defined area of practice in two phases – phase 1: creating opportunities for interprofessional critical reflection; and phase 2: examining the impact this has on individual and collective practice. This article offers an emerging framework for critically reflective interprofessional practice, and critical reflections on phase 1 of the study, from the perspective of insider/practitioner/researcher, through the lenses of sincerity and significance in qualitative research.
Implications for practice:
The article concludes by proposing potentially important implications for practice development in the following areas:
• Interprofessional practice
• The conditions required for developing critically reflective practice
• How we reveal, understand and work with power dynamics when working with conflict, violence
and abuse.

KeywordsInterprofessional practice, domestic abuse, critical reflection, researcher reflexivity
Article number12
JournalInternational Practice Development Journal
Journal citation10 (2)
ISSN2046-9292
Year2020
PublisherFoundation of Nursing Studies
Publisher's version
License
CC BY-NC 3.0
File Access Level
Open (open metadata and files)
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.19043/ipdj.102.012
Publication dates
Published18 Nov 2020

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