‘Going Live’ : An Exploration of Models of Peer, Supervisor Observation and Observation for Assessment

Originally posted on Social Work Research in New Zealand:
 Part two  of Going Live by Allyson Davys, Liz Beddoe Over the past decade, live observation of practice has increasingly become a routine event for health and social service professions both nationally and internationally. For social work in particular, where a practice climate of risk mitigation and…

An international consensus on a research agenda for social work supervision?

Liz Beddoe,  Synnöve  Karvinen-Niinikoski,Gillian Ruch, Ming-sum Tsui Is there an international consensus on the agenda for research and development of supervision in social work? Our first article published from the  supervision agenda Delphi study project is now published. In 2012 the authors met to discuss possibilities for establishing an international consensus about the focus of supervision research.…

The Supportive Supervision Scheme- Hong Kong

Liz Beddoe As an example of growing collaboration internationally on research on supervision, I was recently the guest of the Hong Kong Social Workers Association. Here’s a brief story about this event. Associate Professor Elizabeth Beddoe (School of Counselling, Human Services and Social Work, the University of Auckland) gave a speech at an event in…