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clinical supervision


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clinical supervision n.

clinical supervision n.

Conducting Effective Clinical Supervision

clinical supervision n.

Supervision and consultation in clinical geropsychology

Clinical supervision for psychotherapy with older adults

Clinical Supervision and the Era of Competence

A supervised framework for resolving coreference in clinical records

Clinically driven semi-supervised class discovery in gene expression data

Supervising low intensity workers in high volume clinical environments

Supervised embedding of textual predictors with applications in clinical diagnostics for pediatric cardiology

The use, education, training and supervision of neuropsychological test technicians (psychometrists) in clinical practice

Counterbalancing clinical supervision and independent practice: case studies in learning thoracic epidural catheter insertion

Supervised exercise for acute coronary patients in primary care: a randomized clinical trial

Does clinical supervision of health professionals improve patient safety? A systematic review and meta-analysis

If You Save Me, I'll Save You: The Power of Peer Supervision in Clinical Training and Professional Development

Incomplete lupus erythematosus: results of a multicentre study under the supervision of the EULAR Standing Committee on International Clinical Studies Including Therapeutic Trials (ESCISIT)

P260 Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) when performed by gastroenterologists with 200 supervised scans is accurate and clinically useful for patients with Crohn’s disease

 

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A formal process of professional support and learning that enables individual practitioners to develop knowledge and competence, assume responsibility for their own practice, and enhance patient protection and safety of care in a wide range of situations. The Nursing and Midwifery Council recognizes clinical supervision as an important part of clinical governance and a means of maintaining and improving standards of patient care. Clinical supervision is a statutory requirement for midwives but not for nurses or health visitors.

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