Theory and Practice for Clinical SupervisorsBy
- Dawn Best, School of Physiotherapy, Faculty of Health Sciences, La Trobe University, Carlton, Victoria, Australia
- Miranda Rose, School of Communication Disorders, Faculty of Health Sciences, La Trobe University, Bundoora, Victoria, Australia
A practical guide to developing and practicing top-quality supervisory skills. This user-friendly and thought-provoking manual draws from all the major theoretical approaches, and is packed with stimulating suggestions and insightful discussions. Includes coverage of professional issues, models of supervision, roles of clinical supervision, domains of teaching and learning, reflection, styles of supervision, ethical issues, gender issues, challenges to supervision, cultural issues, distance supervision, collaborating with others, looking after oneself, assuring quality, and program evaluation and audit. References, a helpful bibliography, and suggestions for further reading are provided at the end of each chapter.
Hardbound, 176 Pages
Published: March 1996
Imprint: Baillière Tindall
- Introduction. Professional Issues in Clinical Education. Models of Supervision. Roles of Clinical Supervision. Domains of Teaching/Learning. Learning About Learning. Reflection. Supervisory Styles. Ethics in Supervision. Gender in Supervision. Challenges to Supervision. Cultural Issues in Supervision. Distance Supervision. Collaborating with Others. Looking After Ourselves. Assuring Quality. Program Evaluation.