Bart Proctor

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Animal migrations can affect disease dynamics. One consequence of migration common to marine fish and invertebrates is migratory allopatry-a period of spatial separation between adult and juvenile hosts, which is caused by host migration and which prevents parasite transmission from adult to juvenile hosts. We studied this characteristic for sea lice(More)
This article, the first of two-parts, introduces a new series on clinical supervision. It focuses on the issues of training in clinical supervision. The practice of clinical supervision is considered by the Chief Nursing Officer of the Department of Health to be fundamental to safeguarding standards, the development of expertise and the delivery of quality(More)
In this, the second of two articles focusing on the issue of training in clinical supervision, the alleged benefits of training students to be supervisees is highlighted. These are: a substantial reduction in training costs and time; a possible standardization of training; the creation of greater equality and intentionality in the working alliance; an(More)