Practice Guidance

Introduction to supervision

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Learning points What research tells us about supervision and how it is used in social work practice. Suggestions for different ways social workers and managers can use supervision. How to use supervision collaboratively and supportively in order to help practitioners best manage risk. This guide is part of Community Care Inform’s supervision knowledge and practice […]

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