Book Review: Routledge Handbook of Clinical Supervision

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This well‑constructed book explores clinical supervision in a language appropriate to novice health professionals and experienced researchers alike. The authors define terms associated with clinical supervision that are often misunderstood.

Each chapter is concise and logical, with easy‑to‑read diagrams and tables. The critical appraisal of empirical evidence and practical examples allows the reader to apply the authors’ findings to practice.

This edition builds on previous volumes with ten updated chapters and 23 new chapters. It presents an evidence‑based and international perspective to clinical supervision, and the authors adopt a multidisciplinary approach to discussion.

Given the diverse nature of primary care settings and the multidisciplinary opportunities they involve, it is likely that they will offer different clinical supervision experiences.

Although this book offers an excellent overview of clinical supervision, it would help if future editions could


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