Work-based peer review of clinical supervision practice: A guide to creating a culture of quality supervision

Narelle Campbell, Helen Wozniak

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    Abstract

    Work-based peer review of clinical supervision practice is an approach that assists in creating an organisational culture of quality supervision. Clinical supervision is a key element of best practice governance frameworks in health care (HETI, 2014). Recent Australian health workforce strategies have invested heavily into clinical supervision training through the Clinical Supervision and Support Training program (Health Workforce Australia, 2011). These strategies primarily revolved around provision of workshops (e.g. Campbell, Wozniak & Lenthall, 2013). Applying the learning from workshops may be enhanced when professionals have the opportunity to share their learning and implement new strategies using a cycle of continuous quality improvement. This can frequently be more difficult for rural and remote clinicians because they are geographically dispersed and isolated from professional peers. One way to overcome this is to develop an interprofessional support strategy that creates a workplace climate to support peer review of clinical supervision
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationDarwin
    PublisherGreater Northern Australia Regional Training Network (GNARTN)
    Number of pages66
    ISBN (Print)9780994219909
    Publication statusPublished - Nov 2014

    Keywords

    • Clinical Supervision
    • Peer Review
    • academic skills support

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