This guide provides information and guidelines based upon published evidence that supports effective methods of promoting education, learning needs and professional development of allied health professionals working in clinical settings, to contribute to the safety and quality care of patients.
A comprehensive collection of essays designed to assist doctoral supervisors through candidate selection to thesis examination and post-doctoral life. Includes chapters on supervision-candidature agreements, ways to build effective supervision relationships, helping candidates write and think like a researcher, reviewing progress, oral presentations, candidates' health concerns, negotiating intellectual property, working with Indigenous candidates, part-time candidature and workplace research, and preparing a thesis for examination.
This paper explores the critical elements of Clinical Supervision, notes how the Clinical Supervision landscape is changing across rural Australia, and canvasses the Rural Allied Health leadership in New South Wales to determine how policy and practice fits against the defined elements identified in the literature.
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