Clinical supervision in undergraduate nursing students : A review of the literature

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Franklin, Natasha. (2013). Clinical supervision in undergraduate nursing students : A review of the literature. e-Journal of Business Education and Scholarship of Teaching. 7(1), pp. 34-42.
AuthorsFranklin, Natasha
Abstract

The concept of clinical supervision to facilitate the clinical education environment in undergraduate nursing students is well discussed within the literature. Despite the many models of clinical supervision described within the literature there is a lack of dear guidance and direction which clinical supervision model best suits the clinical learning environment for undergraduate nursing students since the formation of Health Workforce Australia. This paper reviews the five clinical supervision models described by Health Workforce Australia and demonstrates that there is clear evidence to support that the facilitator-preceptor and dedicated-education unit models are two models of clinical supervision to best support the clinical learning environment.

Keywordsclinical supervision; clinical learning environment; clinical supervision models; facilitators; Health Workforce Australia; preceptors; undergraduate nursing students
Year2013
Journale-Journal of Business Education and Scholarship of Teaching
Journal citation7 (1), pp. 34-42
PublisherE-Journal of Business Education & Scholarship of Training
ISSN1835-9132
Web address (URL)https://www.proquest.com/docview/1431279158?accountid=8194
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Page range34-42
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