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Research short: Professional supervision for rehab providers

Dr Mary Wyatt

A survey of rehabilitation and return to work managers in Queensland has led to calls for greater professional development through mentoring and supervision.

Managing rehabilitation and return to work can be a challenging task. To be effective in their role, a rehabilitation professional often requires a substantial amount of experience, gained over a long period of time working in the field. Professional development for rehabilitation providers is often complemented and enhanced by supervision and mentoring. Researchers from the University of Queensland have explored the benefits of mento...

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