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Clinical supervision in frontline health care: A survey of social workers in Ontario, Canada
Social Work in Health Care  (IF1.602),  Pub Date : 2021-02-16, DOI: 10.1080/00981389.2021.1880532
Karen M. Sewell, Dennis Kao, Kenta Asakura


Researchers have documented diminishing staff supervision in health care settings, while noting the complexity and dynamic nature of health care systems. A secondary data analysis of a survey of the Ontario Association of Social Workers (N=666) explored the contemporary receipt of different types of supervision in frontline health care. Most social worker participants were involved in supervision, receiving administrative and supportive supervision. Only 52% engaged in clinical supervision, even though most spent over 50% of work time with clients with complex needs. Factors related to the receipt of clinical supervision included setting, experience, gender, and availability of clinical practice leaders.