Clinical Supervision for Nurses by Lisa Lynch, Kerrie Hancox, Visit Amazon's Brenda Happell

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Scientific supervision offers a framework in which nurses can think about their perform, permitting them to stand expert demanding situations with renewed strength and a clearer standpoint. medical Supervision for Nurses is an available, useful consultant to medical supervision itself and imposing the supervision approach in nursing practice.Clinical Supervision for Nurses explores the position of medical supervision, its contribution to perform improvement and implementation in perform. It discusses the variety of methods to scientific supervision and types of supervision, organisational readiness and different elements influencing good fortune, felony and moral matters, and views of supervisors and the supervisees.

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If the aim of practice development is to improve health care outcomes for those who use services, then it is imperative that patients are included at all stages of the process. Evidence-based practice Much of what we take for granted in nursing practice tends to rely more on routine and ritual than on the findings of systematic research (Hutchinson & Johnston, 2006). It is fair to say that nurses have an ambivalent relationship with research. On the one hand they acknowledge its value and importance, while on the other hand they question its accessibility and relevance for contemporary health care practice.

Clinical supervision is similarly personal and encompasses a range of ethical issues. There is, however, no specific legislation that pertains to clinical supervision. However, broader legal principles are relevant to this practice. The aim of this chapter is to: 24 Clinical Supervision for Nurses • provide a brief overview of the Australian legal system • discuss the legal implications for clinical supervision, duty of care, negligence and vicarious liability • consider the implications of dual relationships within clinical supervision • discuss the importance of confidentiality • consider ethical issues and ethical dilemmas • consider the issue of mandatory vs voluntary participation in clinical supervision.

We say ‘kind of’ because as nurses ourselves we can relate to Stacey through our individual experiences and those of the many nurses we have worked with as clinicians, managers, educators and academics, in a broad range of specialty areas ranging from general medical–surgical, palliative care, midwifery, rehabilitation and mental health, across the life span from birth to death and across a broad range of geographical settings. I am sure you, the reader, can relate to Stacey’s story and the difficulties she experienced in meeting the demands that appeared to come from all angles, and often seemed to distract her from the very thing that attracted her to nursing in the first place: the ability to make a difference in the lives of people as they recover from illness or injury.

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