“The possibilities and challenges for supervision in social work contexts: Developing an international understanding” is a new multi-country research project which will commence in November 2013. The first stage is a modified Delphi Study which aims to gather data on aspects of supervision around the world and to ask people with expertise to contribute to determining a research agenda for supervision in social work. We will be inviting researchers/ educators/ trainers and consultants to participate via e-mail.
The project has ethics approval from the University of Auckland Ethics Committee. The on-line survey will be live in November. You can read more about the project on the tab “Research Project” at the head of this blog. There is a “Participant Information Sheet” also available on a separate tab.
This will be a closed survey but if you wish to participate we invite you to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with details of your supervision research and/or teaching expertise.
Associate Professor Liz Beddoe
University of Auckland, New Zealand