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The ongoing maintanence of both the management system and the quality of staff performance is achieved through a number of interlocking features.

Monitoring of system performance in line with well laid out service profile, policies and procedures[edit | edit source]

Separate system of clinical supervision[edit | edit source]

As a general principle managers should not provide clinical supervision as this is a form of dual relationship which can be unhelpful. They should however ensure that all staff are adequately supervised by appropriately trained and experienced personnel. Each service should have a clear Clinical supervision policy.

Regular Individual Performance Reviews[edit | edit source]

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