Illuminative evaluation: evaluating clinical supervision on its performance rather than the applause.

@article{Sloan2001IlluminativeEE,
  title={Illuminative evaluation: evaluating clinical supervision on its performance rather than the applause.},
  author={G Sloan and Hazel Watson},
  journal={Journal of advanced nursing},
  year={2001},
  volume={35 5},
  pages={664-73}
}
UNLABELLED AIM(S) OF THE PAPER: This paper gives a description of illuminative evaluation and argues for its use in process-focused research investigating the reciprocal interpersonal interactions between clinical supervisors and their supervisees. Experiences from conducting an initial pilot study, which is a part of larger qualitative project concerned with individual clinical supervision in mental health nursing, are highlighted. BACKGROUND Research investigating fundamental process issues… CONTINUE READING