Guidance to help you supervise other nurses
Skills of Clinical Supervision for Nurses: A Practical Guide for Supervisees, Clinical Supervisors and Managers aims to provide you with a practical and accessible, skills-based text on how to implement and engage in clinical supervision. Written in an accessible style, this book provides comprehensive coverage of the nursing world, with a practical focus, clear framework and exercises to guide learning.
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Meg Bond is an experienced educator and trainer/facilitator who specializes in the personal, interpersonal and group skills that underpin professional development. She is an experienced facilitator of clinical supervision skills courses for nurses in the United Kingdom, having worked on such projects in six NHS Trusts. Before setting up GO education (now called Group and One-to-One Education) in 1989, Meg was the director of the Professional Development Programme of the Human Potential Resource Group at the University of Surrey. She also worked as a nurse tutor, and her clinical background included public health nursing in the Australian outback, and health visiting and district nursing in the United Kingdom.
Stevie Holland works predominantly as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist and supervisor in private practice. She is also a supervisor for senior clinicians and managers in the health service. She teaches and runs experiential workshops in the NHS with voluntary and parenting organizations and psychotherapy training organisations.
Prior to this, after working as a health visitor, she was Senior Lecturer at the Distance Learning Centre of South Bank University for 6 years. She cofounded GO education with Meg, running workshops for 10 years for trusts and professional bodies all over the United Kingdom. She is now an associate of the new Group and One-to-One Education consultancy.
"...a user-friendly guide to the skills needed for effective clinical supervision...The strengths of the book are the way it sets out the rights and responsibilities of both parties involved in the supervision relationship; the step-by-step guidance to setting up systems of clinical supervision, and its focus on the reflective, supportive and catalytic skills needed for effective supervision." - Mental Health Care. "What is particularly good about the book is that it becomes clear on reading the book that the authorshave vast experience in this area. the book therefore arises from a very practical base and many worthwhile experiences and personal judgements are offered by the authors." - Nursing Review.
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