Implementing inter-professional supervision within a hospice setting
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Implementing inter-professional supervision within a hospice setting

Linda Lilley Senior lecturer, Practice development, University of Northampton, and independent practice development nurse
Marilyn David Community manager, Willen Hospice
Paul Hinson Director of nursing and patient services, Willen Hospice

Care of people who require specialist palliative care demands a range of specialist skills from various people. While there has been a growing awareness of the issue of implementing clinical supervision within nursing, there has been less emphasis on its use among or between inter-professional team members within a hospice environment. This article describes a six-month project to develop, pilot and evaluate an inter-professional supervision project within a hospice setting.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 6, 2, 25-28. doi: 10.7748/cnp2007.03.6.2.25.c4201

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