Interprofessional Staff Supervision in Adult Health and Social Care Services
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|Format: ||Paperback, 106 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 24 December 2015|
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Health and social care services are increasingly delivered in integrated settings, but what does this mean for staff supervision? Supervising staff from a variety of backgrounds can be challenging. Yet it is an area where practice is ahead of the research, few studies have investigated how best to deliver effective supervision in integrated settings or multi-disciplinary teams. What evidence exists tends to focus on services for children, and there is a dearth of information on supervising staff working in adult services. This annual volume looks at different models of supervision within adult services, addressing a gap in research and practice about what works when supervising staff from across different professional backgrounds, including social work, nursing, health visiting, clinical psychology, community mental health and addiction services. But what do we mean by successful supervision within integrated and multidisciplinary settings? How is it conducted and how do we know that it makes a difference? Does it matter if supervisors are from a different professional background to supervisees, if the key ingredients are the same? If we agree that supervision is important, answering such questions is crucial if we are to get supervision right for practitioners working in a range of settings and ultimately, people who use services. Interprofessional Staff Supervision in Adult Health and Social Care Services Volume 1: A Pavilion Annual 2016 will support successful supervisory practice by providing readers with a toolkit for supervision in multi-disciplinary teams based on research, practice and unusually, service user perspectives.
Table of Contents
Content: Foreword Lyn Romeo Editorial Lisa Bostock, Marie Diggins Chapter 1 Policy update and national drivers for change Don Brand Research overview and evidence based practice: Chapter 2 Research review on effective supervision Caroline Webber Chapter 3 Interprofessional supervision: Opportunities and challenges Allyson Davys and Liz Beddoe Chapter 4 Interprofessional clinical supervision of staff in mental health and addiction: Do common elements exist across professions? Marion Bogo and Jane Paterson Innovations in practice and best practice examples in the UK and internationally: Chapter 5 Morrison's model Jane Wonnacott Chapter 6 Using restorative resilience supervision to support professionals to thrive Sonya Wallbank Chapter 7 Compassionate coaching in supervision Andy Bradley Chapter 8 Schwartz Rounds: What are they and how do they support all staff groups working in healthcare Rhiannon Barker and Esther Flanagan Frontline practitioner's perspectives: Chapter 9 Integrated LD team Jeremy Winter Chapter 10 Supervision across inter-professional boundaries: A practitioner's perspective Kevin Brett Service user perspectives: Chapter 11 Service user involvement in supervision Wheelchair user Maryam on supervising her PA Chapter 12 Tish Marrable Research digest Paul Ross Tools and useful resources
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