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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.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

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.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Please remember one specific supervision where you were a SUPERVISOR and felt that your supervision was existential-phenomenological.
The most important dimensions of E-P supervision and their aspects from the supervisee's position:
* Way of the supervisor's presence in the supervision process:
Supervisor's free and spontaneous presence in the supervision process (M12, V3, M8,): 'The supervisor's freedom, spontaneity, non-directive attitude, his flexibility helped it' (M12).
Self-assessment of one's interest in and motivation for receiving supervision is a logical first step in preparing for the supervision experience.
Berger & Buchholz, 1993; Rodenhauser, Rudisill, & Painter, 1989) have maintained that qualities conducive to the successful use of supervision cannot be separated from qualities necessary to become an effective MHC.
Students might also consider initiating a discussion of qualities desired by their supervisor with such questions as: What kinds of students have been most successful and satisfied in supervision (or on this site)?
The focus of supervision interventions from this role needs, however, to be limited to helping the MHC function more effectively as a professional.
Students can learn integration skills (see also Stevenson, Eck, & Hill, 20070 through methods such as classroom instruction or coursework, online instruction, reading and writing research, mentoring by professors or teachers, conferences, personal therapy and modeling by therapists, peer learning, and clinical supervision including mentoring by clinical supervisors in what Johnson (2007) has called transformational supervision.
Holloway (1992) has described clinical supervision as "the critical teaching method" (p.
Clinical supervision can be defined as "a process whereby a person in a supervisory role facilitates the professional growth of one or more designated supervisees and strengthen their professional attitudes and values as they provide clinical services to their clients" (Cohen, 2004,p.3).
Clinical supervision is not only essential in the teaching and learning of clinical skills (Bernard & Goodyear, 20040.

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