Having trouble accessing clinical supervision? You are not alone
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Having trouble accessing clinical supervision? You are not alone

Stephen Jones RCN professional lead, Mental health

It can help maintain a healthy, supported nursing workforce, yet access to good quality clinical supervision has been found to be inconsistent

With increased workplace pressures, moral distress and burnout during the pandemic, clinical supervision gained prominence across all fields of nursing.

Mental Health Practice. 26, 1, 14-15. doi: 10.7748/mhp.26.1.14.s6

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