Peer supervision: International problems and prospects
Clinical supervision is the least investigated, discussed and developed aspect of clinical education (Kilminster & Jolly, 2000) despite being essential within initial professional training and mandated by governments. Even the basic concepts lack precision (Martin, Kumar, & Lizarondo, 2017; Milne, 2007; White, 2017). A popular form of supervision is peer supervision, especially peer group supervision (PGS). On the basis of our summary of the available literature, we offer a logical definition of PGS, then adopt an international perspective to consider some worrying weaknesses and working solutions.