“Clinical Supervision is a formally structured professional arrangement between a supervisor and one or more supervisees. It is a purposely constructed regular meeting that provides for critical reflection on the work issues brought to that space by the supervisee(s). It is a confidential relationship within the ethical and legal parameters of practice. Clinical Supervision facilitates the development of reflective practice and the professional skills of the supervisee(s) through increased awareness and understanding of the complex human and ethical issues within their workplace” (ACMHN, ACM, & ACN, 2019).

Clinical Supervision in Practice

Clinical Supervision PLUS offers a range of online options for nurses to engage in Clinical Supervision, including individual, dyadic, and group supervision. To find more about the services provided by Clinical Supervision PLUS here.

Learning about Clinical Supervision

Clinical Supervision PLUS offers a range of online options for nurses to engage in Clinical Supervision, including individual, dyadic, and group supervision. To find more about the courses provided by Clinical Supervision PLUS here.

Gaining accreditation as a Clinical Supervisor

Clinical Supervision PLUS offers a range of online options for nurses to gain accreditation as a Clinical Supervisor. To find more about the education services provided by Clinical Supervision PLUS here.