Supervision is an important facet of research. Highly relational in nature, it has the potential to provide rich experiences for all involved. The supervisory relationship has an important role in stewarding standards of research practice and achieving shared goals. In this chapter, we focus on formal supervisory relationships between higher degree research students and their supervisors. Although there are variations in these practices globally, we believe that a focus on this relationship may have universal relevance. We draw on our experiences in healthcare simulation research sharing perspectives from supervisors and their graduate students.
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Kearney, G., Jul 2020
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › Doctor of Philosophy