Clinical supervision is essential in postgraduate and, to a degree, undergraduate medical education. However, it is likely the area of clinical education that has received the least attention, discussion, and development.
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A Clinical Literature
Review of Effective
Supervision in Clinical
An Academic presentation by
Dr. Nancy Agnes, Head, Technical Operations, Pubrica
Medicine: empirical Literature studies of effects of supervision on
Skills and qualities of effective supervisors
Clinical supervision is essential in postgraduate and,
to a degree, undergraduate medical education.
However, it is likely the area of clinical education that
has received the least attention, discussion, and
assessment of Clinical Literature Review Services on
supervision from medical education.
The empirical foundation of the literature is discussed, and the literature is reviewed
to identify: understandings and definitions of supervision and its purpose;content of
supervision; availability, structure, and theoretical models of supervision; adequate
supervision; skills and; supervisor training and its effectiveness and qualities of
There is a small quantity of published medical research
on supervision, with few empirical investigations.
Because supervisory procedures in related professions
can provide essential skills and insights for medicine, this
review has included relevant literature from other
healthcare professions, including nursing and social
work, teaching, psychology, and counselling.
The Literature Review Writing Services search included
many academic and professional fields.
A literature review examines published material in a
particular topic area and information published within
a specific period.
As the topic develops, a literature review of a mature
issue addresses the need for criticism of, and
potential reconceptualisation of, the topic’s more
extensive and more varied knowledge base.
The second type of literature review