Grant, Janet; Kilminster, Sue; Jolly, Brian and Cottrell, David
Clinical supervision of SpRs: Where does it happen, when does it happen and is it effective?
Medical Education, 37(2),
Objectives: To establish what supervisory methods are used in postgraduate medical education and to determine how effective, particularly in relation to patient care, these methods are perceived to be.
Method: National validated questionnaire survey of medical directors, trusts and trainees in 7 specialties. Total N: 310
Conclusions: Supervision is considered to be both important and effective but there is inadequate coverage and frequency of supervisory activity, including in areas which ensure patient safety.
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