Best Practices in ACPE Supervisory Education: Reflections of a Practitioner
AbstractThree questions shape the reflections in this article. 1) What is best practice in ACPE supervisory education? 2) What are examples of best practice in ACPE supervisory education? 3) Is there one set of best practices that will serve all ACPE supervisory education centers? Finally, conclusions about future challenges that face ACPE in providing supervisory education.
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