Maintaining Integrity Through Clinical Supervision
de Raeve, Louise
Nursing Ethics. 1998 Nov; 5(6): 486-496.
This article suggests that there is a relationship between successfully maintaining integrity in nursing and the practical provision of opportunities for shared reflection offered by good clinical supervision. In order to establish this case, I will first give some definitions and then proceed to consider how these ideas relate conceptually. The article makes no attempt to offer empirical research as confirmation, but provides a conceptual and moral argument making use of anecdotes for purposes of clarification and illumination. It is the author's belief that, if it is understood and implemented properly, clinical supervision offers a radical challenge to nursing's existing culture. If nurses are interested in the survival of the profession, it is perhaps a challenge that has to be addressed.
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