User Profile

Profile Picture

Latest AdditionsEmbed

  1. ‘Never trust anybody who says “I don’t need supervision”’: Practitioners’ beliefs about social worker resilience.
  2. Who is in the mirror? A reflective learning model of supervision: Notice, focus, critique and learn
  3. Building resilient practitioners: Definitions and practitioner understandings
  4. Enhancing safe practice: Supervision as a forum for critique and learning
  5. Enhancing safe practice: Supervision as a forum for critique and learning
  6. How to get the most out of supervision
  7. Supervision conference 2010: Common threads different patterns: 29 April - 1 May 2010: Auckland, New Zealand: Conference proceedings
  8. Reviews: Social work and human services best practice
  9. Reflective learning model of supervision
  10. Defining resilience in social workers

Most Viewed ItemsEmbed

Item titleViews
1Reflective learning model: Supervision of social work students1296
2Interprofessional learning for professional/clinical supervision525
3Interprofessional learning for professional/clinical supervision400
4Supervision for health professionals390
5Best practice in professional supervision: A guide for the helping professions383
6Making the most of supervision: A supervisee’s guide338
7Supervision conference 2010: Common threads different patterns: 29 April - 1 May 2010: Auckland, New Zealand: Conference proceedings335
8Educating resilient practitioners296
9Reflective learning model of supervision280
10Revitalising supervision education through stories of confirmation and difference: The case for interprofessional learning274