Supervision is a critical aspect of a nurse’s training: nurses must be supervised to ensure that they practise within their legal, ethical and professional framework. The supervisor therefore plays a major role in overseeing quality nursing care and maintaining professional conduct.
- The role of the nurse supervisor is clearly defined so that disciplinary action can be avoided.
- Case studies give examples of some of the potential pitfalls in nursing supervision, so that the supervisor can learn from the experience of others.
- Includes well-designed checklists that can be used in practice so that essential supervisory details are not forgotten.
Every nurse practitioner can play a significant role in ensuring quality service delivery. This requires continuous professional development so that practitioners remain up-to-date with relevant legislation and trends.
This well-written text should become every supervisor’s handbook.
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