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Wicked spell or magic bullet?: a review of the clinical supervision literature 2001–2007

Wicked spell or magic bullet?: a review of the clinical supervision literature 2001–2007
Wicked spell or magic bullet?: a review of the clinical supervision literature 2001–2007
Clinical supervision has become an established part of nursing. Implemented in various different ways it has attracted attention from the research, educator and practice communities. The literature reported and analysed in this paper describes work that may benefit professional practice but there continue to be questions about application and method. Two new messages arise from the literature. The first underscores the responsibility of health care organisations to sustain and develop clinical supervision and the second points to the potential benefit that clinical supervision may have on patient outcomes.
clinical supervision, education and support, ethics, patient outcome, organisational engagement
0260-6917
264-272
Butterworth, Tony
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Bell, Louise
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Jackson, Christine
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Majda, Pajnkihar
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Butterworth, Tony
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Bell, Louise
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Jackson, Christine
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Majda, Pajnkihar
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Butterworth, Tony, Bell, Louise, Jackson, Christine and Majda, Pajnkihar (2008) Wicked spell or magic bullet?: a review of the clinical supervision literature 2001–2007. Nurse Education Today, 28 (3), 264-272. (doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2007.05.004).

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Clinical supervision has become an established part of nursing. Implemented in various different ways it has attracted attention from the research, educator and practice communities. The literature reported and analysed in this paper describes work that may benefit professional practice but there continue to be questions about application and method. Two new messages arise from the literature. The first underscores the responsibility of health care organisations to sustain and develop clinical supervision and the second points to the potential benefit that clinical supervision may have on patient outcomes.

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Published date: April 2008
Keywords: clinical supervision, education and support, ethics, patient outcome, organisational engagement

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Local EPrints ID: 54137
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/54137
ISSN: 0260-6917
PURE UUID: 189c00c9-01e1-4a56-afbe-f6710212bba0

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Date deposited: 04 Aug 2008
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 20:39

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