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Someone to watch over me: supervision by Bec Nogajski


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Bec Nogajski is a Director of Training as well as a Paediatric Emergency Physician. In this talk she brings her experience of supervising many trainees (including Tessa Davis) to the audience. It is not about giving negative or positive feedback but about giving developmental feedback. It’s about creating a safe and supportive culture and it’s about being a positive role model at all times.

Providing meaningful feedback can be a real challenge, especially if you are the sort of person that likes to avoid conflict. So what do you do if you’ve been asked to do something tough? Bec talks about about the Case of the Malodorous Medic – the trainee with body odour issues.

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