Clinical Supervision in the Medical Profession helps trainee and practicing doctors to understand supervision and to engage with it in a way that will assist their professional development. This book provides practical tools to enable those in the medical profession to engage positively with regulatory challenges, increase satisfaction at work and improve quality of care. The authors consider reasons for supervision, look at how the demands for doctors to complete reflective practice are developing and provide suggested support for and models of supervision that doctors might use. This book will strike a cord with anyone committed to continued professional development and will give them the means to enable, structure and evaluate reflective practice. Contributors Christine Dunkley, Helen Halpern, Anita Houghton, Sue Morrison, David Owen, Patricia Ridsdale, Paul Sackin, John Salinsky, Robin Shohet, Maggie Stanton, Guy Undrill and Sonya Wallbank.
Publisher: Open University Press