Effective Use of Technology in Clinical Supervision (EN)
by Priya Martin, Saravana Kumar, Lucylynn Lizarondo
March 22, 2017
This article outlines ten evidence-informed, practical tips stemming from a review of the literature that will enable health care stakeholders to use technology effectively and efficiently while undertaking clinical supervision. By highlighting the “how to” aspect, telesupervision can be delivered in the right way, to the right health professional, at the right time
Perceptions of Immediate Written Feedback Provided to SLP Graduate Clinicians During Tele-Therapy Sessions (EN)
by D. Hinman, S. Patten & M. Namazi
June 15, 2021
The purpose of this study was to investigate the perceptions of immediate written feedback for the SLP graduate clinicians as well as for their supervisors. This study was undertaken to add to the information SLP supervisors may need to improve clinical practica experiences and learning.
Screenless Teletherapy and Silent Telesupervision: Leveraging Technology for Innovative Service Delivery and Clinician Training in Speech-Language Pathology during the COVID-19 Era (EN)
by Molly Beiting, Gabriele Nicolet
December 22, 2020
This report about teletherapy and telesupervision is written from the perspective of two experienced SLPs; however, the discussion is relevant to other therapeutic fields.
Telesupervision Benefits for Placements: Allied Health Students’ and Supervisors’ Perceptions (EN)
by S. Nagaranjan et al.
July 01, 2016
This study investigated students’ and clinical educators’ perceptions of the potential benefits and barriers of telesupervision using readily accessible information and communication technology during placements