Effective supervision in a variety of settings
SCIE Guide 50
Published: May 2013
Updated: January 2017
Recommendation from the Supervision guide.
Good supervision should result in positive outcomes for people who use services, the worker, the supervisor and the organisation as a whole.
Emerging practice suggests that people who use services can contribute to the supervision of health and social care workers.
This section deals with organisational and strategic leadership issues that promote good supervision.
Good or effective supervision is delivered by effective supervisors, but what does an effective supervisor look like?
This section includes practical help and guidance to help supervision.
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- Effective supervision in a variety of settings
- Service user and carer involvement in the supervision of health and social care workers: seminar report
- Practice enquiry into supervision in a variety of adult care settings where there are health and social care practitioners working together
- Narrative summary of the evidence review on supervision of social workers and social care workers in a range of settings including integrated settings