Let’s start treating clinical supervision like it’s an essential
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Let’s start treating clinical supervision like it’s an essential

Stephen Jones RCN professional lead for mental health

It can help maintain a healthy, supported nursing workforce, yet access to good quality clinical supervision is patchy

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

Nursing Standard. 38, 3, 26-27. doi: 10.7748/ns.38.3.26.s13

The author would like to thank the literature review authors for undertaking this work and providing their views and insights for this article: Lolita Alfred, Sally Bassett, Sarah Burden, Annette Gilmore, Ruth Harris and Roselyne Masamha

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