Practising Clinical Supervision
A Reflective Approach for Healthcare ProfessionalsEdited by
- John Driscoll, BSc(Hons), DPSN, CertEd(FE), RGN, RMN, Professional Development Consultant and Coach, Norfolk, UK
This title is directed primarily towards health care professionals outside of the United States. With contributors from the UK and Australia, the second edition 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.
Paperback, 272 Pages
Imprint: Baillière Tindall
- 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.