Clinical Supervision in Aotearoa New Zealand: A Health Perspective
Author(s): Diana Wepa
In Clinical Supervision in Aotearoa/New Zealand editor Dianne Wepa has brought together the expertise of a range of experienced educators, researchers and practitioners, to create a text that will be a valuable resource for students, tutors, managers, policy analysts and others involved in the delivery of health care.
- Key terms and concepts are highlighted at the beginning of each chapter.
- 'For reflection' sections help the reader to think about and assimilate ideas that have been introduced in the text.
- Practice examples provide material from health care workers' everyday experience to illustrate the application of clinical supervision.
- Each chapter contains a reference section so that readers can explore the topic further.
- Range of contexts covered on the application of clinical supervision within a health context.
- History of supervision and definitions provided to assist beginning level practitioner.
- Application of supervision as a supervisor and supervisee discussed for advanced level practitioners.
- Contributions from a range of specialists in different health care areas and from different regions and institutions throughout NZ.
Introduction, Dianne Wepa; Part I - Setting the scene; Chapter 1 History of supervision, Ming-sum Tsui; Chapter 2 Clinical supervision within the social work profession in Aotearoa New Zealand, Kieran O'Donoghue; Part II - General issues for consideration; Chapter 3 Active participation in supervision: A supervisee's guide, Allyson Davys; Chapter 4 Keeping ourselves 'well at work'- managing stress and creating well-being in clinical supervision, Fiona Howard; Part III - Fields of practice; Chapter 5 Clinical supervision in mental health nursing, Jenny Nicholas; Chapter 6 Supervision across disciplines: Fact or fantasy? Helen Simmons, Helen Moroney, Janet Mace & Karen Shepherd; Chapter 7 Who cares about nurses: Contradiction in clinical supervision, Marie Meyer; Chapter 8 Multicultural relationships in supervision, Ruth DeSouza; Chapter 9 Peer reciprocal supervision/Whakaritenga tauutuutu kaitiakitanga, Linda Polaschek; Chapter 10 Pursuing a framework for quality supervision in an acute hospital setting, Carolyn Simmons Carlsson, Catherine Coups, Janice Mueller, Phillipa Needs & Lesley Thronley; Chapter 11 He korero korari, Moana Eruera
- : 9781877371394
- : Pearson Education New Zealand
- : Prentice Hall New Zealand
- : January 2007
- : New Zealand
- : books
- : Diana Wepa
- : Paperback
- : 610.7368099
- : 160