Our workshop is aimed at staff in clinical supervisory roles or those receiving supervision. We'll refresh your existing knowledge and help you to further develop the skills and confidence needed to effectively implement clinical supervision in practice.
Clinical supervision has been repeatedly recommended by the Department of Health as good practice for nurses and other healthcare professionals. It is a formal relationship between one or more healthcare professionals, with the purpose of promoting the supervisee's professional and educational development and of their learning from clinical experience.
Participants will experience a clinical supervision group, and engage in critical reflection on relevant facilitating knowledge, skills and values to inform clinical supervision in their practice environment. Emphasis is placed upon active participation in focused group exercises for easy practice transferability.
For participants to:
The workshop will cover the following themes, albeit in brief for some aspects:
Hawkins R, Shohet R (2012). “Supervision for the caring professions.” 4th ed. Berkshire: McGraw-Hill Education: Open University Press.
Our workshop is aimed at staff in clinical supervisory roles or those receiving supervision.
The Faculty of Health, Education, Medicine and Social Care is the largest in ARU, with over 7,000 students. Our Faculty is teeming with expertise and primed to meet the demand for creating health professionals, teachers, doctors, scientists and educators for the three districts we serve: Chelmsford, Cambridge and Peterborough.
We have been training undergraduates for professional roles for over 25 years, with a reputation for quality, dedication and ambition balanced with student satisfaction.
We know that to give our students the very best experiential learning, prior to getting into the workplace, simulation is second to none, for safe, realistic, learning environments. We have invested heavily in purpose built simulated wards, science labs and skills space, to support our students through their learning.
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