CALHN Nursing Education Courses

Clinical Supervision

Mental health nursing clinical supervision assists nurses to:

·         understand issues associated with their practice

·         gain new insights and perspectives

·         develop their knowledge and skills.

Clinical supervision supports staff and improves consumer and carer outcomes.

Workshop Aim

An introduction to the general principles of clinical supervision which includes,

>        Definitions.

>        Barriers to engagement.

>        Practicalities.

>        Models.

>        Basic skills.

>        Roles and responsibilities.

>        Resources.


Eligibility / Entry Requirements

This training is suitable for clinical staff only.

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Dates, Times and Location

Sessions will be set by negotiation.  A minimum number of eight employees are required for a session to be held.  Sessions can be negotiated to be held at Glenside Health Services or within the workplace.  Please contact Annette Farrell to organise (

Further Information

Bernie Stefan-Rasmus

Advanced Nurse Consultant, Mental Health Clinical Program

Central Adelaide Local Health Network

Telephone:  (08) 7087 1804