Practice Guidance

Group supervision: quick guide

focus group of people in a meeting Photo: JOHN BIRDSALL/ SOCIAL ISSUES PHOTO LIBRARY/ SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Introduction

Learning points This quick guide uses the author’s observations of different approaches to group supervision to explain why care is needed to ensure it actually improves critical thinking and practice. It provides tips and suggestions for structuring sessions to meet a clear purpose and avoid common pitfalls. Ways to capture and record the critical thinking […]

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