Resilience-based Clinical Supervision Facilitator Resources

The Facilitator Companion

The Resilience-based Clinical Supervision (RBCS) facilitator companion will:

  • help you understand how RBCS works, what its underpinning values are and the evidence to support its use
  • guide you through the process of RBCS, with practice activities and narrated presentations
  • support you to implement RBCS in your workplace
RBCS Facilitator Companion  (PDF 10MB)

The Animation

Printable handouts

Gemma Stacey (2022) I am reopening the debate to explore reclaiming and reframing resilience. Nursing Times. 25 October 2022. Retrieved from:

Gemma Stacey, Grace Cook, Aimee Aubeeluck, Beth Stranks, Louise Long, Miriam Krepa and Kate Lucre (2020) The implementation of resilience based clinical supervision to support transition to practice in newly qualified healthcare professionals. Nurse Education Today. November 2020. Vol. 94.

Gemma Stacey and Grace Cook (2019) A scoping review exploring how the conceptualisation of resilience in nursing influences interventions aimed at increasing resilience. International Practice Development Journal. Vol. 9. No. 1.

Flavia Munn (2018) Resilience-based clinical supervision model proves successful in helping nurses cope with stress. Nursing Standard. Jan 2018. Retrieved from:

Gemma Stacey, Aimee Aubeeluck, Grace Cook and Snigdha Dutta (2017) A case study exploring the experience of resilience-based clinical supervision and its influence on care towards self and others among student nurses. International Practice Development Journal. Vol. 7. No. 2.

Gemma Stacey and Aimee Aubeeluck (2017) Facilitating the Transition of Student Nurse to Registered Practitioner through the Development of Self-Care and Compassion. FoNS Blog. Retrieved from: