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Partnership and clinical supervision: Nurses improving patient outcomes and your practice
As a Consultation and Liaison nurse Julie has spent a career in working in partnership with her colleagues, across a number of health conditions. She has also spent a career introducing general nurses to clinical supervision as a means of making space for the emotional and relational aspect of our work.
Identify some of the challenges and opportunities in working in partnership for nurses working with people experiencing chronic disease.
Consider the possibilities that lead to "poor compliance with treatment" and how clinical supervision might help.