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Debriefing Sessions

  • Debriefing Sessions

    Clinical Supervision for Registrars and Fellows 

    Effective clinical supervision can bring benefits not only to practitioners but also to the organisation and its clients when it fulfills the aim of improving and developing clinical practice. (Bond and Holland 2010)

    What is Clinical Supervision? (either in a group or individually)

    It is the provision of

    • Support and guidance
    • Reflections on practice, examining issues and complexities
    • When appropriate feedback (on any matters related to work/organisationally)
    • Educational development in the context of child and family practice

    Facilitator: Sarah Jones worked at the hospital for 15 years in the mental health service, and now remains engaged in an independent capacity in staff training, clinical supervision consultations and staff wellbeing.

    Format:

    • Clinical supervision sessions are created to be flexible enough in order to provide a space for exploring and reflection on practice.
    • RCH sessions are offered in an safe environment and structured format in ressies, in order to promote reflecting and examining practice.

    Come and be involved in these sessions


    Register:  Registrars and Fellows, email your interest to Clare Polley Clare.Polley@rch.org.au, alternatively you can turn up on the day.

    Date:         Monday 30th March, 2020

                      Monday 20th April, 2020

                      Monday 11th May, 2020

                      Monday 20th July, 2020 

                      Monday 31st August, 2020

                      Monday 16th November, 2020

    Time:        12.30-1.30pm

    Where:     Vernon Collins or Ella Latham

    Queries:   Clare Polley, MEO and Education Lead Medical Education. Email Clare.Polley@rch.org.au or call on ext. 55268


    Here are some useful resources to explain Debriefing
    What is Medical Debriefing?
    Interventions Following a Critical Incident: Developing a Critical Incident Stress Management Team