The following must be included in the reflective project:
1. The issue
You must explain the issue and place it in context. But the issue itself is not the primary focus of the
2. The ethical dilemma
You must examine an ethical dilemma associated with the issue and examine two (or more) perspectives in
a fair and equal manner. This is the primary focus of the reflective project.
3. The research
You must provide evidence of research that supports the differing viewpoints on the issue and its ethical
4. An evaluation
You must evaluate the viewpoints on the ethical dilemma and then articulate their own point of view based
on reasoned argument.
5. References, citations and a bibliography
The reflective project is an academic piece of work and should be presented as such. References, citations
and a bibliography ensure intellectual honesty and allow the readers to access the evidence themselves.
You should use a consistent style of referencing throughout the reflective project.
Appendices, footnotes and endnotes are not necessary but if you choose to use them you should do so