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Membership
Membership of the CS-SIG is open to financial members of the ACMHN with an interest in Clinical Supervision. 

To join the CS-SIG college members should email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and indicate their desire to join.

The CS-SIG largely communicates via the CS-SIG e-list. Joining the e-list is strongly recommended for intending members of the CS-SIG but will not automatically confer membership of the CS-SIG. 

 

Terms of Reference
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Clinical Supervision Position Statement

It is the position of the Australian College of Mental Health Nurses Inc that:

Clinical Supervision is a core component of contemporary professional mental health nursing practice and central to practicing within the ACMHN Standards of Practice for Australian Mental Health Nurses: 2010.

Mental health service employers positively support and actively promote demonstrably efficacious Clinical Supervision, through organisational policies, procedures and workplace culture.

All mental health nurses, and nurses working in mental health facilities, be fully orientated to Clinical Supervision upon entry to the mental health workforce and thereafter engage in sustained and meaningful Clinical Supervision, whatever their role and wherever they practice.

Supervisors access appropriate bona fide educational preparation for this role and, whether Clinical Supervision is delivered in dyads or within groups.

Regular systematic evaluations of the quality and efficacy of Clinical Supervision arrangements be undertaken at local service level.

The ACMHN undertakes to actively promote each of these positions and lobby funding agencies to consider large-scale robust programs of outcomes-related research at State and National levels, to further strengthen the evidence base of Clinical Supervision and to justify continued investment of public funds.

 

Want to get involved?
Join our e-list to connect with a number of people interested in Clinical Supervision.

This e-list is for discussion of topics related to clinical supervision and also serves as the communication channel for members of the ACMHN Clinical Supervision Special Interest Group

Membership of this e-list is open to all.  The list is unmoderated in terms of pre-filtering but it is owned and monitored by the ACMHN and the ACMHN's e-list policy and usual rules of email etiquette apply.

To subscribe, go to http://lists.acmhn.org/mailman/listinfo/cs-sig.