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Reflective Group Clinical Supervision

This section provides information for staff interested in receiving Reflective Group Clinical Supervision (RGCS) managers keen to send their staff to receive supervision or staff interested in becoming RGCS facilitators in SWSLHD. Current SWSLHD RGCS Facilitators can also find useful information on this webpage.

South Western Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD) uses the Proctor Model of Reflective Group Clinical Supervision (RGCS). The Proctor Model of RGCS covers three (3) critical areas:

Reflective Group Clinical Supervision
  1. The Restorative/Supportive aspect which focuses on the health, wellbeing and supportive help for nurses working with constant stress and distress;

  2. The Normative/Managerial aspect which focuses on the quality, evaluation and monitoring aspects of the practice; and

  3. The Formative/Educative aspect which focuses on knowledge and skills development.

Whilst all the three aspects are important, the Restorative aspect is critical to Reflective Group Clinical Supervision.

Contact Us
Shirley Magua Program Coordinator
Email: shirley.magua@health.nsw.gov.au
SWSCEWD email: SWSLHD-CEWD@health.nsw.gov.au

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