Psychiatric hospital nursing staff's experiences of participating in group-based clinical supervision: an interview study.

@article{Buus2010PsychiatricHN,
  title={Psychiatric hospital nursing staff's experiences of participating in group-based clinical supervision: an interview study.},
  author={Niels Buus and Sanne Angel and Michael Traynor and Henrik Gonge},
  journal={Issues in mental health nursing},
  year={2010},
  volume={31 10},
  pages={654-61}
}
Group-based clinical supervision is commonly offered as a stress-reducing intervention in psychiatric settings, but nurses often feel ambivalent about participating. This study aimed at exploring psychiatric nurses' experiences of participating in group-based supervision and identifying psychosocial reasons for their ambivalence. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 22 psychiatric nurses at a Danish university hospital. The results indicated that participation in clinical supervision… CONTINUE READING

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