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  • Author(s) Graham Sloan
  • Edition1
  • Published7th April 2006
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9780470019887
Nursing research has focused on evaluating the effectiveness of
clinical supervision, but there remains uncertainty as to what
facets of clinical supervision are potent in realising
effectiveness.

This book reports on an investigation on the practice of
clinical supervision in mental health nursing. Incorporating three
case studies, it illuminates the reciprocal interactions between
clinical supervisor and supervisee. While the book uncovers a
number of limitations in the process of clinical supervision and
gaps in mental health nurses? level of competence in
interpersonal relations it provides a basis for a more critical
approach to this important element of professional development.

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  • Author(s) Graham Sloan
  • Edition1
  • Published7th April 2006
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9780470019887
Nursing research has focused on evaluating the effectiveness of
clinical supervision, but there remains uncertainty as to what
facets of clinical supervision are potent in realising
effectiveness.

This book reports on an investigation on the practice of
clinical supervision in mental health nursing. Incorporating three
case studies, it illuminates the reciprocal interactions between
clinical supervisor and supervisee. While the book uncovers a
number of limitations in the process of clinical supervision and
gaps in mental health nurses? level of competence in
interpersonal relations it provides a basis for a more critical
approach to this important element of professional development.

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