Viewing Rehabilitation Nursing Like a ‘Magic Eye’ Picture: Clinical Supervision Can Sharpen the Focus


  • Christine Anderson BAA(N) RN,

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    • Christine Anderson is the program director of rehabilitation and Jan Park Dorsay is a rehabilitation clinical nurse specialist at Hamilton Health Sciences Corporation in Hamilton, ON, Canada.

  • Jan Park Dorsay MN RN

1200 Main Street West, Hamilton, ON, Canada, L8N 3Z5


This article discusses the contributions of rehabilitation nurses to the interdisciplinary team process. The authors propose that the process of clinical supervision can help nurses examine client interactions in new ways, thereby enhancing their involvement in the interdisciplinary team process. An analogy to a “magic eye” picture is used to encourage nurses to examine the importance of their role within the interdisciplinary team.