Survey on clinical supervision practices following the COVID-19 pandemic
December 08, 2020
You are invited to participate in a brief survey about the clinical supervision practices of health professional staff following the COVID-19 pandemic.
The aim of this study is to determine the changes to and gaps in clinical supervision practices of post-registration health professionals, owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please note that you must have been in your current role for at least three months to meet eligibility criteria for the survey. The questions in the survey relate to your experience in receiving clinical supervision for yourself.
Clinical supervision is a formal professional support arrangement (usually one-on-one with a more experienced supervisor) where the supervisee has a set of learning goals, usually documented in a supervision agreement or contract. Regular supervision sessions are then held at agreed intervals (e.g. weekly, fortnightly, monthly etc.) to provide the supervisee an opportunity to discuss client assessments, treatment plans, workload challenges etc. as well to obtain support and have a platform to debrief.
You can access the survey here - https://uniofqueensland.syd1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0olENMkMNmZZIfX