Bridging the void with supervision: A collaboration between supervision, education and clinical practice
Although statutory supervision has been embedded in the midwifery profession for over 100 years, midwives' knowledge of statutory supervision and the role of the supervisor of midwives (SoM) is...
The fundamental purpose of the statutory supervision of midwives has always been to protect the public This is achieved in myriad of ways including; interfacing with an organisation's clinical...
My first birth resulted in an unplanned caesarean section and it is my opinion that the lack of appropriate supervisory support contributed to the outcome This article aims to outline how supervisory...
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