Clinical supervision models for nursing: structure, research and limitations
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Clinical supervision models for nursing: structure, research and limitations

Graham Sloan Clinical Nurse Specialist in Cognitive Psychotherapy, Consulting and Clinical Psychology Services, Ayrshire and Arran Primary Care NHS Trust
Hazel Watson Professor of Nursing, Department of Nursing and Community Health, Glasgow Caledonian University

This article highlights the diversity of supervision models currently described in the nursing literature, clarifies their structure, discusses research conducted on specific supervision models and outlines their limitations. It offers insight into some of the common models that have received coverage in the nursing literature.

Nursing Standard. 17, 4, 41-46. doi: 10.7748/ns2002.10.17.4.41.c3279

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Graham.Sloan1@btinternet.com

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