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Clinical supervision in a challenging behaviour unit

Aim: As part of an ongoing service development programme at St Andrew’s Hospital, Northampton, it was identified that it would be beneficial to explore whether qualified nursing staff in the hospital’s five clinical divisions were satisfied with the clinical supervision they received. Also, the survey examined whether supervision was of good quality, was suitable for different specialist environments and if it affected motivation, skills, confidence and stress levels. The survey also ...

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