Keeping up to date with current evidence and literature is part of your responsibility and a requirement of your regulator - either the NMC or HPC. Use the references in this unit, and also remember that The Knowledge Network is an excellent source of information and a site where you can share knowledge with peers.
Fowler J. (2011). Supporting self and others: from staff nurse to nurse consultant. Part 5: clinical supervision. British Journal Of Nursing. Vol. 20:13. p 830
Available through The Knowledge Network (using the EBSCOhost database):
- Heath H (1998) Paradigm dialogues and dogma: finding a place for research, nursing models, and reflective practice. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 28, 2, 288-294.
- Koivu A, Saarinen PI, Hyrkas K (2012) Who benefits from clinical supervision and how? The association between clinical supervision and the work-related well-being of female hospital nurses., Journal Of Clinical Nursing 2012 ; Vol. 21 (17-18), pp. 2567-78. Available through The Knowledge Network (using the EBSCOhost database).
- Lawton, R et al (2012) Development of an evidence-based framework of factors contributing to patient safety incidents in hospital settings: a systematic review. BMJ Quality and Safety. Available at: http://qualitysafety.bmj.com/content/early/2012/03/14/bmjqs-2011-000443.abstract
- Scrivener R et al (2011) Accountability and responsibility: Principle of Nursing Practice B. Nursing Standard 25, 29, 35-36. Available through The Knowledge Network (using the EBSCOhost database).