ASHA Course Number: ACEF0339
Course Credits: 0.3 (3 hours) ASHA CEUs – Intermediate level, Professional area
The clinical supervisory relationship is a partnership, based on trust and a spirit of collaboration. This presentation will cover stages of skill acquisition, current best practices and trends in clinical supervision. The research, evidence and key elements of effective supervision based on the collaborative nature of the relationship will be discussed. These key elements will be presented within the framework of an evidence-supported supervision model that incorporates reflective practice leading to self-supervision and independent practice.
Financial Disclosure: Other than being paid as an employee of EBS Healthcare, Melanie Hudson has no other relevant financial relationships to disclose.
Non-Financial Disclosure: Melanie Hudson has no other non-financial information to disclose.
Financial Disclosure: Other than being paid as an employee of EBS Healthcare, Jacquie Truluck has no other relevant financial relationships to disclose.
Non-Financial Disclosure: Jacquie Truluck has no other non-financial information to disclose.
- Identify stages of skill acquisition in the development of clinical skills and knowledge.
- Discuss the evidence-supported strategies promoting independent practice through critical reflection.
- Describe a supervisory model that incorporates the key elements of the supervisory process.
- List 3 core areas of skills needed for providing clinical supervision.
Apply the CORE model of supervision throughout the clinical experience with tools and resources.
- 0 – 15 minutes: Defining clinical supervision: recent trends, core skills, responsibilities, values
- 15 – 30 minutes: Stages of skill acquisition (Dreyfus and Dreyfus)
- 30 – 45 minutes: Supervisory style and characteristics of effective supervisors
- 45 – 70 minutes: CORE Model of Supervision: Collaboration, Observation, Reflection, Evaluation
- 70 – 80 minutes: Cultural competence and the supervisory relationship
- 80 – 100 minutes: Ethical issues in clinical supervision
- 100 – 110 minutes: Self-reflection activity
- 110 – 120 minutes: Questions
- 120 – 125 minutes: Supervision of students related to Code of Ethics (2016) and Scope of Practice (2016)
- 125 – 135 minutes: UD Guidelines to Supervision
- 135 – 145 minutes: CALIPSO Instructions for Clinical Supervisors
- 145 – 155 minutes: Collaboration documentation
- 155 – 160 minutes: Observation documentation
- 160 – 165 minutes: Reflection documentation
- 165 – 175 minutes: Evaluation documentation
- 175 – 180 minutes: Questions