This guide is specifically designed to help nursing leaders and managers understand what professional supervision is and how it relates to nursing. It defines the responsibilities of the organisation and provides guidance on how to implement and evaluate professional supervision from an organisational perspective.
This guide is for nurses who are new to supervision, for example, new graduate nurses. It outlines key issues to be aware of when beginning a professional supervision relationship and how to participate in professional supervision. It identifies the different kinds of supervision. This guide may be useful to read before a supervision training module.
This guide is designed to help more experienced mental health and addiction nurses, who are either new to the role of supervisor or are already supervisors, gain a more technical understanding of their roles and responsibilities. This guide should be used to enhance supervision training.
A resource sheet on supervision designed for primary care nurses
Supervision concepts are explored and explained for managers who wish to set up a structured supervision approach in their organisation.
This guide is tailored to dapaanz registered addiction practitioners and those supervising and managing dapaanz registered addiction practitioners.