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Introduction to Clinical Supervision


This one day workshop is designed to aid participants in their use of reflection within clinical supervision.  The focus of the workshop will be to explore the concepts of responsibility, our core qualities, personal values and the “drivers” that influence our ways of relating.  The workshop will provide space for individual reflection, small group (triad) and large group interaction.

Definitions of clinical supervision will be explored along with its purpose, policy, provision and agreements.

Participants may be given an opportunity to have a “live” experience of clinical supervision through demonstration and/ or practice with other participants.  The workshop is likely to be of most interest to nurses that are newly engaged in clinical supervision and others thinking of seeking or wanting more from their clinical supervision.

At the end of this training participants will:

  • Have a clearer understanding of the purpose and structure of clinical supervision
  • Understand the components of a supervision agreement;
  • Be able to articulate the responsibilities of a supervisee;
  • Have reflected on some of the ethical dimensions of clinical supervision; and
  • Have reflected on their own values, core qualities and drivers in supervision.
Date Wed 20-March-2019
Location Hawthorn East
Presenter Maggie McIntosh, Eastern Health and John Forster, St Vincent's
Contact Dr Greg Coman on 9231 3186 or