Driscoll Model of Reflection Essay
This assignment is full based on Driscoll Model of Reflection, where you have to just give the reflection on motivational interview process. I am going to attach the case study, firstly please read the case study and then please watch the one hour motivational interview.Case Study
Chris Mitrevski is a Registered Nurse working in Intensive Care in a busy city hospital. He recently turned up for a night shift smelling of alcohol and denied being intoxicated when asked by co-workers. He assured colleagues that it was only a few drinks with friends over dinner, which couldn’t be avoided due to being called in at the last minute for the night shift His Nurse Unit Manager has referred him to Drug and Alcohol Services for assessment and intervention.
He goes out frequently and meet friends almost every night for dinner and consume at least 4-5 glasses of wine over dinner, plus pre-drinks before going out (approximately 2-3 glasses wine) to limit the cost of expensive restaurant wine. He no longer eats at home because his partner died in a motor vehicle accident six months ago and he can’t bear to be alone. He only go home to change clothing and sleep between shifts.
He finds it difficult to get to sleep and the alcohol helps. If he hasn’t fallen asleep within 20 minutes, he also take two 5 mg Valium tablets. If this doesn’t work, he takes two 10mg Temazepam after that, which always works eventually. He also often needs to take a couple of 5mg Valium prior to commencing his shift, just to steady his hands and to help you get through the shift.
Prior to his partner dying, you only very occasionally drank alcohol. He doesn’t use any other substances or smoke cigarettes. He has never had any counselling or professional help to help him cope with the death of his partner. He doesn’t really think that he has a problem with alcohol, but, as a registered nurse, he has the knowledge of the fact that he is starting to rely on alcohol and pills to help him to cope and to be able to work. He knows that this is not affecting his performance in any way and it is the service that has the problem. He just needs to get a report that tells them so.
The Video – What to watch for!
There are five prompts in the video. These are designed for free journaling around the five points outlined in your Assessment Task Guide and which are outlined below.
There will be a two minute ‘pause’ in the interview, which are identified by the Workshop Facilitator.
• The interviewer’s initial contact with the person experiencing a substance-use disorder (the ‘interviewee’)
• The level of rapport and respect the interviewer shows to the interviewee
• The interviewer’s assessment of the interviewee’s readiness to change
• The interviewer’s identification of impact of substance use on the interviewee’s health and lifestyle
• The interviewer’s level of overall engagement with the interviewee
The invitation here is to ‘pause’ in the natural break embedded in the video, and to free write for the two minutes before it resumes. It will help you to understand better the whole scenario which is required. I am also going to attach the sample format of this assignment from where you can take help for this assignment to get an idea, what I am looking for……Driscoll Model of Reflection
“What, So What, Now What?”
What happened? What did you learn? What did you do? What did you expect? What was different? What was your reaction?
2. So What?
Why does it matter? What are the consequences and meanings of your experiences? How do your experiences link to your academic, professional and/or personal development?
3. Now What?
What are you going to do as a result of your experiences? What will you do differently? How will you apply what you have learned?