This book began with an outline of the contemporary issues facing the practice of critical reﬂection. These include the need to know and understand more about the varying ways it is practised; the need to know and understand more about the nature of the beneﬁts that are accrued from its practice, particularly given the changing and challenging nature of workplace contexts; and the need for practical knowledge about how critical reﬂection might be adapted, and contribute, to the organisational context. So how is critical reﬂection practised in health and social care settings? What kinds of issues and diﬃculties arise, and what kinds of adaptations need to be made for speciﬁc uses and contexts? What do we learn about how critical reﬂection might be better practised and theorised? This chapter focuses on the themes that arise from the chapters in response to these questions. It is organised in the following way. First, how the critical reﬂection model is actually used and modiﬁed is
summarised, then speciﬁc beneﬁts are outlined. Particular practical diﬃculties and other issues that arise from this are then discussed. The next two sections focus on speciﬁc contextual issues, and implications for learning at organisational levels. The ﬁnal section discusses the implications for further theorising of critical reﬂection.