The second edition of "Practical Clinical Supervision" builds on the success of the original, which was praised for engaging readers and being a pragmatic and practice-orientated addition to the literature on clinical supervision. This edition is written in accessible style and will appeal to those both new to clinical supervision or experienced. It provides a thought-provoking, user friendly and practical guide to the subject.
As National Sailing Coach, John Driscoll was responsible for administering training schemes, maintaining teaching standards and training coaches. He was formerly a naval architect, a journalist and sailing instructor.
Foreword by Tatiana Yegdich, Preface, Contributors. Acknowledgements. Using the Book. Section 1: The Context of Clinical Supervision. Chapter 1 - The Place of Clinical Supervision in Modern Healthcare (John Driscoll and Julia O'Sullivan). Chapter 2 - Supported Reflective Learning: the Essence of Clinical Supervision (John Driscoll). Section 2: Getting Going with Clinical Supervision in Practice. Chapter 3 - Boundaries and Responsibilities in Clinical Supervision (Stephen Power). Chapter 4 - Essential Elements for a Successful Supervisory Partnership to Flourish (Daniel Nicholls). Section 3: Supervisory Methods and Approaches. Chapter 5 - Psychological Approaches to the Clinical Supervision Encounter (Graham Sloan). Chapter 6 - Exploring the Potential of Professional Coaching for the Growth of Clinical Supervision in Practice (John Driscoll and Gerard O'Donovan). Chapter 7 - Alternative Methods in Clinical Supervision: Beyond the Face to Face Encounter (John Driscoll ans Allan Townsend). Chapter 8 - Facilitating Group Supervision in Practice (John Driscoll). Section 4: The Continuing Challenge of Clinical Supervision. Chapter 9 - Some Ideas for Implementing Clinical Supervision in Practice (John Driscoll). Chapter 10 - Setting Standards for the Practice of Clinical Supervsion - a Welsh Perspective (Mic Rafferty, Berwyn Llewellyn and Jeanette Hewitt). Index.
"This excellent book is written for health professionals involved in clinical supervision. read this book from cover to cover as a general introduction or use it as a tool to dip into to find solutions to your own supervision problems? Royal College of Nursing, Breast Care Nursing News. Winter 2008/09 "There is little by the way of drawback of fault in this book. This book comes highly recommended to any health professions in a practice environment - but most of all especially to those involved in the caring professions."? Journal of Clinical Nursing, 2009
PRACTISING CLINICAL SUPERVISIO
A Reflective Approach for Healthcare Professionals
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