Clinical Supervision and Mentorship in Nursing
Tony Butterworth, Jean Faugier, Philip Burnard
Nelson Thornes, 1998 - Medical - 250 pages
Important research findings on the role and impact of supervision in practice are presented, and practical applications of theory to practice are given.Contributors working across the range of nursing disciplines present real examples of supervision in different nursing fields.There is increased appreciation that supervisors and supervisees need support and the editors and authors offer practical ideas, supported by research findings, and this text explores the ways that this could be achieved.
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