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supervisee

A doctor identified by the General Medical Council (GMC) as having one or more areas of professional deficiency, usually related to competence, for which remedial supervision is required before he or she can return to independent practice.

Remediating supervisee’s responsibilities
• Engage fully with all aspects of the supervision process and produce any evidential documents required within the agreed timescales;
• Share his or her professional situation and practise with honesty and transparency;
• Work with the remedial supervisor to meet the outcomes of the educational action plan;
• Work within the timescales agreed with the remedial supervisor;
• Reimburse the trust for the cost of the remedial supervision upon receipt of the invoices;
• Contact the trust if he or she is dissatisfied with the quality or conduct of the remedial supervisor, and accompany the expression of dissatisfaction with a detailed explanation of specific reasons for the dissatisfaction.
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Working relationship between supervisor and the supervisee
Supervisors are of the view that for feedback to be effective, a supervisee needs to comprehend it effectively and be able to work upon it while supervisees are mostly not satisfied with the quality of feedback they receive.2 The disconnect between supervisors' and supervisees' perceptions can be attributed to a number of factors such as poor feedback practices and incongruity between supervisors and supervisees' understanding of the purpose for feedback.4 Moreover, medical professionals, especially postgraduate research supervisors, are often not trained in pedagogic skills and therefore their capacity to teach and supervise is largely based mostly on trial and error, innate motivation, self-training or by observing others.
Emerging themes from the interviews were organized by the following categories: the training sequence, supervisee adherence to structure, supervisor developmental level, the role of supervision, responses to live supervision, supervisor characteristics, preference for experiential learning, and training outcomes.
A supervisor who is struggling with any of these aspects may feel uncomfortable in broaching such topics with their supervisee and, in effect, experience approval and/or anticipatory anxiety.
This can be daunting for the supervisee, as the same person who is encouraging an open discussion is also in the position of evaluating their work.
The new integrated restorative model of ensures that the appropriate degree of restorative efforts take place within the session to support the supervisee whilst the space is sufficiently developed to explore assumptions, complexity and impact of the work.
Generally, all three will be covered during a supervision session but the weight given to each is likely to vary from session to session depending on the supervisee's needs and requirements.
This book is concerned with the role of the supervisor and the relationship between supervisor and supervisee with regard to practicing Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.
Le site d'information a tenu a saluer, par la meme occasion, l'action continue de l'agence Bayt Mal Al-Qods, supervisee personnellement par SM le Roi Mohammed VI, President du comite Al-Qods, dans la mise en oeuvre de projets vitaux pour la protection et la preservation de la Ville Sainte et le soutien de sa population face a l'occupation israelienne.
Recommendations range from proposals for supervisors to possess a basic knowledge and understanding of spiritual issues in order to adequately protect client welfare and respect individual worldviews (Bishop et al., 2003), to the need for accurate and consistent evaluation of supervisee knowledge and skills as a means to monitor the religious and spiritual needs of each client (Polanski, 2003; Stratton & Smith, 2006).
ERIC Descriptors: Foreign Countries; Graduate Students; Supervisors; Role; Masters Theses; Doctoral Dissertations; Student Research; Success; Technical Support; Supervisor Supervisee Relationship; Guidance; Mentors; Intellectual Development

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