Skills of Clinical Supervision for Nurses: A Practical Guide for Supervisees, Clinical Supervisors, and Managers

By Meg Bond; Stevie Holland | Go to book overview

SUPERVISION IN CONTEXT

Series editors:

Dr Peter Hawkins, Bath Consultancy group

Robin Shohet, Centre for Staff Team Development, London and Scotland

Staff in all the helping professions are working under increasing amounts of pressure. They are having to balance growing levels of distress, disease and disturbance, while at the same time managing an increasing speed of change in the financing and organizational structures of their employing organizations. Staff will only stay effective at their important work if they are supported and well supervised. Often their supervisors move straight from being a skilled practitioner into a management and supervisory position, with no training in the skills that staff supervision requires.

This series is aimed at the increasing number of people who act as trainers, tutors, mentors and supervisors in the helping professions. It is also designed for those who are studying to become a trainer or supervisor and for supervisees, who can use the books to reflect on the many complex issues in their work.

The series is designed to follow on from the success of the bestselling title Supervision in the Helping Professions by Peter Hawkins and Robin Shohet. Each book explores the key issues, models and skills for trainers and supervisors in the main areas of the helping professions: social work and community care, the medical and nursing professions, psychotherapy, counselling and mentoring for managers.

Current and forthcoming titles:

Meg Bond and Stevie Holland: Skills of Clinical Supervision for Nurses

Allan Brown and Iain Bourne: The Social Work Supervisor

Peter Hawkins and Robin Shohet: Supervision in the Helping Professions (2nd Edn)

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