Clinical Supervision Theory and Practice (100303)

Unit Type Core Unit
Credit Points 10
Delivery Mode e-Learning (online), Part Time

Clinical Supervision Theory and Practice equips students to apply a leadership role in supervision, effectively manage ethical and legal issues and develop, apply and model reflective skills in practice. It requires students to critically analyse and apply best practice clinical supervision within a mental health recovery focused framework. Students will develop reflective facilitative skills within their leadership and mentoring roles, developing these skills to effectively supervise healthcare professionals to manage their clinical practice, systemic workplace issues and self-care.

Learning Outcomes

1

Demonstrate critical analysis of various frameworks/models of clinical supervision.

2

Critically evaluate clinical supervision research and its possible application in the workplace.

3

Demonstrate recognition and management of difficult situations/issues in clinical supervision.

4

Apply and evaluate ethical practice clinical supervision within a mental health recovery focused framework to improve service delivery, self-care and professional practice.

5

Effectively use information technology to support clinical supervision in the workplace.

6

Engage in reflective practice through open and honest discussions with colleagues, showing ethical consideration of issues presented, and collaborate in work practices.