The Clinical Telesupervision in Family Nursing Practicum

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Sutteeporn Moolsart

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Clinical supervision is important to nursing quality that it is a collaborative process between supervisor and supervisee to develop professional practice, responsibility, and learning. Nowadays, clinical supervision in a nursing practicum could be done by clinical telesupervision through communication by using technologies, especially for graduate students. Clinical telesupervision is appropriate for remote areas or in the limited condition of traveling to confrontation or closed contact. This article proposes the concepts and guidelines of clinical telesupervision with a case study of the clinical telesupervision by using video call and face-to-face learning in a family nursing practicum at homes for graduate students. The supervision evaluation illustrated that the performance of family nursing at home was improved. The graduate students satisfied with the clinical telesupervision by using video call and face-to-face learning at the highest level. The clinical telesupervision could be applied for graduate nursing students or allied health sciences who practice in the family care at home.

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Moolsart S. The Clinical Telesupervision in Family Nursing Practicum. J Royal Thai Army Nurses [Internet]. 2020Aug.23 [cited 2020Oct.26];21(2):35-3. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JRTAN/article/view/242150
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