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Clinical supervision

The emotional boundary seesaw model to help cancer clinical nurse specialists work with patients who challenge them

It is accepted within the psychological literature that people often establish ways of coping with the aim of moving themselves away from or lessening the intensity of strong or unbearable emotions...

Embedding the A-EQUIP model of restorative supervision in a critical care unit by professional nurse advocates

Before implementation of the role and to understand the existing knowledge that staff had around the role, a questionnaire was sent to all staff. Of the relevant 83 staff members, 53 responded (a...

Introduction of the professional nurse advocate role using a quality implementation framework

Clinical supervision plays an important role in the provision of quality nursing care and has been promoted for nurses in the NHS for some years (Driscoll et al, 2019). The practice is associated with...

Clinical supervision for advanced practitioners

Clinical supervision is clearly an important factor in the development of ACPs. With the advent of the HEE (2020) workplace supervision document, it can only be hoped that its necessity and importance...

Do preceptorship and clinical supervision programmes support the retention of nurses?

This literature review aimed to address the following question. ‘Do preceptorship and clinical supervision programmes support nurse retention in hospital settings?’ A PICo (Population, Interest,...

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