This book provides practical information and guidance on the nature and purpose of clinical supervision. It uses examples and perspectives from the world of mental health, Balint groups, and self directed learning, and examines the benefits and challenges of supervision within the primary care setting. Numerous case studies are used throughout to describe the wide range of current approaches to supervision for primary care physicians, illustrating how this can contribute towards more effective clinical work and training. Invaluable reading for all working within the field of primary care - teachers, researchers, and practitioners.The Balint group is probably one of the earliest methods of clinical supervision to be provided for family doctors. The group ... The seminar leaders were originally always psychoanalysts: nowadays a group may be led by a GP, a mental healthanbsp;...
|Title||:||Supervision and Support in Primary Care|
|Author||:||Jonathan Burton, John Launer|
|Publisher||:||Radcliffe Publishing - 2003|