Solution-focused techniques in clinical supervision.

Published on Jan 1, 2007in Nursing times
John Fowler4
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(DMU: De Montfort University)
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Abstract
: This article outlines solution-focused clinical supervision, which offers a simple yet profound philosophy and structure for the supervisory relationship. This format assumes that the supervisee has the answers within her or himself and that focusing on her or his effective patterns of behaviour uncovers this. This is a summary: the full paper and reference list can be accessed at nursingtimes.net.
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