Clinical supervision is a process by which professionals are assisted to improve
practice, develop both professionally and personally, and manage complex situations
associated with the care and treatment of patients. It is a method of supporting
and developing competence by providing practitioners with the opportunity to meet
on either a regular or an ad hoc basis with an experienced colleague to discuss,
reflect upon and learn from their experiences in clinical practice.
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