Routledge Handbook of Clinical Supervision
Fundamental International Themes
Edited by John R. Cutcliffe, Kristiina Hyrkas, John Fowler
Published October 4th 2010 by Routledge – 432 pages
The Routledge Handbook of Clinical Supervision provides a global ‘state of the art’ overview of clinical supervision, presenting and examining the most comprehensive, robust empirical evidence upon which to base practice.
This authoritative volume builds on a previous volume, Fundamental Themes in Clinical Supervision, whilst greatly expanding its coverage. It contains nine updated and 25 entirely new chapters, focusing on both areas of contemporary interest and hitherto under-examined issues. Divided into five parts, it discusses:
Containing chapters on Europe, the US, Canada, and Australasia, the Routledge Handbook of Clinical Supervision has a multi-disciplinary approach to clinical supervision and includes chapters relevant to nurses, doctors, psychologists, psychiatrists and counsellors. It will be of interest to students, researchers and practitioners of clinical supervision in a range of health professions.
1. Introduction / J Cutcliffe, K Hyrkas and J Fowler 2. Clinical Supervision: Origins, overview and rudiments / J Cutcliffe, K Hyrkas and J Fowler Section 1: Education, training and approaches to clinical supervision 3. Training for the Supervision Alliance: attitude, skills and intention / Brigid Proctor 4. An alternative training approach in Clinical Supervision / J Cutcliffe 5. Experiential learning: an underpinning theoretical perspective for CS / J Fowler 6. Clinical Supervision: Visions from the classroom / M Epling and P Cassedy 7. Training Requirements in Clinical Supervision / Graham Sloan 8. Postmodernising Clinical Supervision / Chris Stevenson 9. Solution-focused Clinical Supervision / J Fowler Section 2: Introducing, implementing and developing clinical supervision 10. Clinical Supervision and Clinical Governance / Veronica Bishop 11. Implementing Clinical Supervision in a National Health Service Community Trust / J Bennet, B Gardener and F James 12. Clinical Supervision in the United Kingdom: A review of the UK Clinical Supervision literature / Graham Sloan 13. Implementing Clinical Supervision in a large NHS Trust / John Fowler 14. Clinical Supervision: Work Discussions with Trainee Psychiatrists / Alun Jones 15. Introducing Clinical in a rural healthcare organisation: An Australian Experience / L Lynch and B Happel Section 3: The practice and experiences of clinical supervision 16. Clinical Supervision: My path towards clinical excellence in mental health nursing / Paul Smith 17. Clinical Supervision in Palliative Care Nursing / Alun Jones 18. Clinical Supervision for General Practitioners: The Experiences of UK physicians / H Halpern 19. Providing cross-discipline group supervision to new supervisors: challenging some common apprehensions and myths / M Epling and P Cassedy 20. Reconciling the theoretical ‘Shangri La’ with the cultural realities of Clinical Supervision in an Australian Acute Inpatient setting / Michelle Cleary and Jan Horsfall 21. Clinical Supervision for nurse educationalists: personal perspectives from a postgraduate mental health nursing course / P Goward, J Kellet and J Wren Section 4: Contemporary research activity on clinical supervision 22. Nurses’ experiences of core phenomena in the course of their clinical supervisor education / E Severinsson, Ann-Kristin Holm Wiebe, Ingegerd Lindquist and Ingrid Johansson 23. Clinical Supervision, Burnout and Job satisfaction / Kristiina Hyrkas 24. Multidisciplinary attitudinal positions regarding clinical supervision / Cutcliffe J.R. & Hyrkas, K. 25. Clinical Supervision in multi-disciplinary groups: qualitative evaluation using a focus group technique / J Fowler and J Dooher 26. Clinical Supervision for nurses in administrative and leadership positions: a systematic literature review of studies focusing on administrative clinical supervision / Kristiina Hyrkas 27. Personal, professional and practice development: case studies analyses from Clinical Supervision practice / J Cutcliffe Section 5: International perspectives and developments in the state of the science of clinical supervision 28. The State of the Science of Clinical Supervision in Australia and New Zealand / Happel and Lynch 29. The State of the Science of Clinical Supervision in Europe / E Severinsson and I Berggren 30. The State of the Science of Clinical Supervision in the United States / A Bland 31. The State of the Science of Clinical Supervision in Canada / N Arthur 32. A comparison of North American and European conceptualisations of clinical supervision / J Cutcliffe 33. Clinical Supervision for the 21st century and beyond: successes, challenges and the road ahead / J Cutcliffe, K Hyrkas and J Fowler
John R. Cutcliffe is Acadia Professor of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing at the University of Maine, USA. He is also Adjunct Professor of Nursing at the University of Ulster, UK and the University of Malta, the Associate Editor (Americas) for the International Journal of Mental Health and an Assistant Editor for the International Journal of Nursing Studies.
Kristiina Hyrkäs is Director of the Center for Nursing Research and Quality Outcomes at Maine Medical Center and Adjunct Professor of Nursing at the University of Southern Maine, USA. She is also the Editor of the Journal of Nursing Management.
John Fowler is Principal Lecturer in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at De Montfort University, UK. He has held recent joint appointment posts as an educational consultant and undertakes a number of consultancy posts with the NHS and the independent sector.