Importance Of Clinical Supervision

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Register to read the introduction… Clinical supervision is a practice-focused professional relationship involving a practitioner reflecting on practice guided by a skilled supervisor. 3. The process of clinical supervision should be developed by practitioners and managers according to local circumstances. Ground rules should be agreed so that practitioners and supervisors approach clinical supervision openly, confidently and are aware of what is involved. 4. Every practitioner should have access to clinical supervision. Each supervisor should supervise a realistic number of practitioners. 5. Preparation for supervisors can be effected using 'in house' or external education programmes. The principles and relevance of clinical supervision should be included in pre- and post-registration education programmes. 6. Evaluation of clinical supervision is needed to assess how it influences care, practice standards and the service. Evaluation systems should be determined locally."

As a result the supervision is a must in my work setting as it provides residential services for elderly service users. All the care staff are allocated under each Staff nurse, and done
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It enhances knowledge and skills through the practice of skills, discussion of pertinent research, feedback on job performance, and development of greater self-awareness. Valuable time is spent on reviewing decisions and judgments, considering alternative options, recognizing subjective elements, and learning from experiences. The supervisee’s objectives, performance and motivation can be monitored and improved. Professional ethics are reviewed, practiced, and internalized into daily practice. It provides constructive feedback on past and current performance and assists in setting performance related goals. Supervision assists with advocacy abilities and contribution to the interdisciplinary team objectives and

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