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Clinical Supervision-Reflective Report Work is one of the most fundamental aspects of our lives. This is because it governs by its sheer centrality. Nevertheless, we often pay little attention to the work we do, our suitability to it, to critical relationships inherent in it or to the manner in which our very essence is by it challenged.
This is founded on the notion that it is the person that we are that is brought to the therapeutic endeavor. Magnusson, Lutzen and Severisson (2002, p.38) note that without reflection and constant attempt to resolve inner conflict and to enhance our abilities, we are bound to continue the graceless dance, unconsciously entrenched out for us by the patients. As nurses, we play a big role which ensures those patients are cared for and receives quality medical health care. Clinical supervision provides the possibility of bringing about change in this process. The objective of this paper is to provide a reflection of my own performance as a clinical supervisor to a peer colleague, and recommend a future developmental need that I might have working as a clinical supervisor. My reflective report will be based on John Driscoll’s model of structured reflection. I will use the model as a guide to assist me reflects upon significant events in my most recent clinical supervision. I decided to choose this model since I found it most relevant to my reflective style. ...
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