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supervision

 [soo″per-vizh´un]
the process of being in charge of or directing something.
health care supervision in the omaha system, a client problem in the health related behaviors domain, defined as the management of the treatment plan by a health care professional.
staff supervision in the nursing interventions classification, a nursing intervention defined as facilitating the delivery of high-quality patient care by others.

supervision

Graduate education The oversight of physicians-in-training by an experienced physician as part of the residency training; supervision is a fine art that requires 'alert hovering' so that '…errors of thought don't become errors of action'. See Libby Zion, Medical supervision.
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Information Management and Data Processing under the Department of Safety Monitoring System of Credit Institutions (Department IV) - Banking Inspection and Supervision Agency, holding the position of Deputy Director of System Security Supervision Department credit institutions (Department IV) - Bank Supervision and Inspection Agency, SBV from September 1, 2019.
The second unit, Systemic Risk Identification and Specialty Supervision, will include lead experts from large bank supervision and midsize bank supervision units, as well as teams responsible for the supervision of trust companies from the OCC's northeastern district national trust banks team and significant service providers from its bank supervision policy unit.
The acquisition, following the announcement that Primary Wave Music Publishing had invested in a minority equity position in Premier, brings together Premier's design, strategy, content, project management and account teams with Wool and Tusk's established music supervision expertise and client roster.
* Daniel Bello Munoz, 21, of Carbondale was fined and sentenced to 12 months supervision. He was ordered to attend treatment.
A primary aim of providing supervision training is to increase site supervisors' self-efficacy and ability to provide competent supervision (Bjornestad et al., 2014; Spence, Wilson, Kavanagh, Strong, & Worrall, 2001).
Until now academic supervision studies in Lithuania in the context of psychology/psychotherapy have not been carried out.
Examining systematic and research-informed supervision of integrative psychotherapy, Norcross and Popple focus on what is distinctive about integrative supervision: its thoughtful synthesis of supervisory methods and concepts aligned with multiple theoretical traditions, its research-fueled fit of supervision to the individuality of the supervisee; its insistence on frequent feedback from the supervisee about the utility of supervision; and its commitment to modeling the pragmatic flexibility of psychotherapy integration itself.
Abusive supervision, defined as "the extent to which their supervisors engage in the sustained display of hostile verbal and nonverbal behaviors, excluding physical contact" (Tepper, 2000, p.
If regular clinical supervision were included in our contracted working conditions, eg as it is for social workers and mental health nurses, surely this would go some way towards caring for our workforce.
Global Banking News-February 8, 2016--Armenian Central Bank delegation to study Georgian banking supervision model
Bulgariaas central bank BNB on Monday adopted a plan for reforming its banking supervision activities which takes into account the conclusions made by the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank and the countryas Audit Office.