Skip to 0 minutes and 12 seconds Welcome to Clinical Supervision, a free online course created by the University of East Anglia. You’ll be guided throughout this learning process by Dr. Veena Rodrigues. Veena has worked with a team of health education professionals to develop this unique two-week master class. Over the two weeks, this course will help you get to grips with two key skills that are absolutely essential for effective clinical supervision. These are giving constructive feedback to your trainings and identifying and supporting trainees who are experiencing difficulties of any sort. So what is clinical supervision? Clinical supervision is the day-to-day oversight of a trainee’s clinical work with constructive feedback to help with their professional development and improve patient care.
Skip to 1 minute and 1 second Supervisors need to be able to recognise trainees’ strengths and weaknesses in various clinical situations. This can help develop the training and to improve patient care. Are you in a supervisory role? A clinical superivisor is responsible for overseeing a trainee’s clinical work during their placements. Why is supervisor training important? Training helps supervisors improve their skills with the ultimate aim of helping trainees improve in providing patient care. Good supervision also involves being a positive role model for the trainee. I think that’s a position that every health care professional wants to be in. There are clear benefits associated with mastering clinical supervision. The best supervisors give trainees guidance on their clinical work, offering feedback and reassurance when needed.
Skip to 1 minute and 53 seconds This helps to improve patient care and your job satisfaction. We hope you will join us on this insightful journey. See you in the digital clinic.