Is clinical supervision for nurses difficult to access?
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Is clinical supervision for nurses difficult to access?

Stephen Jones RCN professional lead, Mental health

Good quality clinical supervision can help maintain a healthy workforce, yet access to it is inconsistent

With increased workplace pressures, moral distress and burnout during the pandemic, clinical supervision gained prominence across all fields of nursing. The main focus was on restorative supervision, one of the three dimensions of clinical supervision that has a specific focus on protecting nurses’ mental well-being and preventing stress and burnout, and which has been embodied in the Professional Nurse Advocate programme.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 22, 1, 12-13. doi: 10.7748/cnp.22.1.12.s7

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