Brendan McCormack

Person-centredness in the academic supervision relationship

I am delighted to share with you this publication by my colleagues at the Health Sciences Faculty, University of Pretoria reporting on their work on developing person-centred practices in their PhD supervision across the disciplines of the Faculty. The team provide 12-tips for developing and sustaining such relationships in PhD supervision. Important and transferable learning to all supervision relationships:


Twelve tips for supervisors to move towards person-centered research supervision in health care sciences

To cite this article: Tanya Heyns, Philippa Bresser, Tania Buys, Isabel Coetzee, Elzette Korkie, Zelda White & Brendan Mc Cormack (2019): Twelve tips for supervisors to move towards personcentered research supervision in health care sciences, Medical Teacher


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