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

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1.1The restorative and formative functions of clinical supervision are the means by which the normative function is addressed16
1.2Main aims of clinical supervision related to various professional cultures32
1.3Factors which have contributed to the present impetus towards developing clinical supervision in nursing33
2.1Defences which block the effectiveness of clinical supervision and the unacknowledged fears behind them49
2.2Sources of the clinical supervisor’s power – the emphasis52
2.3Emotional mirroring between client, supervisee, clinical supervisor within the organisational context70
3.1Steps in dealing with criticism94
4.1Transition between action-oriented work to reflection on practice103
4.2Pinpointing topics for reflection in clinical supervision sessions104
4.3Choosing a logical model for reflection111
4.4A problem-solving spiral113
4.5A common pitfall in problem solving114
4.6Force field analysis chart116
4.7Stages of a basic experiential learning cycle117
4.8Common pitfalls when reflecting on experience118
4.9A skills assessment cycle119
4.10A personal/professional knowledge cycle121
4.11Emotional skills cycle122
4.12Emotional skills124
4.13Developmental stages in using clinical supervision as supervisee127

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