Effective supervision in a variety of settings
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- Effective supervision in a variety of settings
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- 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