Peer supervision in rural and remote Australia using technology

Nickson, Amanda (2012) Peer supervision in rural and remote Australia using technology. In: Proceedings of the the International Rural Network World Forum 2012, p. 98. From: International Rural Network World Forum 2012: Resilience: making the priorities possible, 24-28 September, 2012, Whyalla, SA, Australia.

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Research trialing models of peer supervision using technology as a way to strengthen resilience, was undertaken for twelve months in rural and remote Australia. A lack of supervision and access to professional development activities are two factors contributing to the turnover of allied health professionals and difficulties in recruiting and retaining social workers in rural and remote Australia. Cuss (2005) and Symmons (2005).

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Item Type: Conference Item (Abstract / Summary)
Date Deposited: 22 Jan 2018 23:54
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