Clinical Supervision for Nurses

  • ID: 2222496
  • Book
  • 252 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Clinical supervision provides a framework within which nurses can reflect on their practice, enabling them to face professional challenges with renewed energy and a clearer perspective.Clinical Supervision for Nurses is an accessible, practical guide to clinical supervision itself and implementing the supervision process in nursing practice.

Clinical Supervision for Nurses explores the role of clinical supervision, its contribution to practice development and implementation in practice. It discusses the range of approaches to clinical supervision and models of supervision, organisational readiness and other factors influencing success, legal and ethical issues, and perspectives of supervisors and the supervisees.

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Introduction.

Practice Development.

Implementation.

Implementation in Action.

Approaches to Clinical Supervision.

Clinical Supervision in Action.

Legal and Ethical Issues.

Supervision from the Perspective of Supervisors.

Supervision from the Perspective of Supervisees.

Evaluating the Impact of Clinical Supervision

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Lisa Lynch and Kerrie Hancox are Co Directors of Clinical Supervision Consultants, Lisa and Kerrie have had extensive experience in the area of clinical supervision; as supervisors, supervisees, managers and academics. Professor Brenda Happell is the Professor of Contemporary Nursing at Central Queensland University. Professor Judith Parker is Professor and Head, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Victoria University.
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