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Category list : Clinical supervision

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  • nursing theories 6

    Nursing theories 6: social classSubscription

    Clinical19 March, 2018

    This article, the sixth in a six-part bite-size series looking at nurse theories and their implications for practice, explores the theory of social class

  • nursing theories 5

    Nursing theories 5: gender theorySubscription

    Clinical26 February, 2018

    This article, the fifth in a six-part bite-size series looking at nursing theories and their implications for practice, explains gender theory and its implications for nurses

  • nursing theories 2

    Nursing theories 2: clinical supervisionSubscription

    Clinical27 November, 2017

    What is clinical supervision? What are its benefits for patients and staff? This article is the second in a six-part bite-size series looking at nursing theories and their implications for practice

  • Reflecting on practice is useful for all staff

    Exclusive: Midwife supervisor ratios ‘under review’ as new models testedSubscription

    News11 November, 2016

    A recommended ratio of one supervisor to every 15 midwives is to be scrapped at some of the pilot sites testing out changes to the way the profession is supported in practice, Nursing Times can reveal.

  • The essence of clinical supervision is reflection on clinical experiences

    Protecting time for clinical supervisionSubscription

    Clinical5 September, 2016

    Clinical supervision is often sacrificed on busy wards but holding sessions over lunch can mean time is protected and the process more relaxed, but still beneficial

  • Family Nurse Partnership: why supervision matters

    Family Nurse Partnership: why supervision mattersSubscription

    Clinical25 January, 2016

    Supervision is vital in the Family Nurse Partnership but issues raised may apply to all nurses. Broadening use of the supervision model may be beneficial

  • numeracy and clinical calculations for nurses

    Numeracy and Clinical Calculations for Nurses Subscription

    Book review7 January, 2016

    ’The book is aimed at undergraduate students or nurses requiring a refresher of their numeracy skills, but the basic level means it is probably best suited to junior students.

  • Charlotte Mannix

    Comment: Have you ever had to 'buddy up'?Subscription

    Blogs3 December, 2015

    Have you ever had to ‘buddy up’?

  • Reflective practice can raise the quality and consistency of nursing care

    How do nurses experience reflective practice?Subscription

    Clinical12 October, 2015

    A research project explored frontline mental health nurses’ experiences of reflective practice, leading to recommendations on how it can be fostered

  • University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay Foundation Trust

    Regulatory system for midwives to be reformedSubscription

    News16 July, 2015

    A new regulatory system for midwives is to be introduced, after statutory supervision was branded “ineffective” in the wake of the care failings at the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust.

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