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Developing capacity in Paediatric Palliative Care: a blue print for building interdisciplinary Clinical Supervision for a team

This presentation will outline the training and development plan implemented at Bear Cottage to develop the capacity of the team to facilitate a comprehensive Clinical Supervision program for their entire staff. Evaluation methods and outcomes will be discussed.



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Meg Wemyss
Network Allied Health Educator/Acting ClinConnect & VPM Coordinator

Meg started her career as a Speech Pathologist, before moving into student education, allied health professional education and management. She holds post graduate qualifications in research, adult education, health management and simulation. She holds international credentials in Clinical Supervision facilitation and simulation. She is currently employed by the Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network Education team.


Developing capacity in Paediatric Palliative Care

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