Murray Anderson-Wallace has recently achieved Associate Membership of the Institute of Group Analysis, and during the course of 2018 will be extending his private practice to include further work in this domain. For further information about his practice in this area, please contact us via email. The Institute of Group Analysis (IGA) was established in 1971 […]
Building on the success of the first cohort of the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Darzi Clinical Fellows Programme, HEE have re-commissioned a 2nd cohort of the year-long programme in Clinical Leadership for the three countries. Fellows are supported by a bespoke leadership development programme leading to a formal qualification (PG Cert) in healthcare leadership through […]
Working in partnership with Patient Safety Learning, we recently produced a series of three podcasts exploring three core dimension of safety in healthcare. These presenter-led podcasts use recognised broadcast approaches including dramatisation, expert commentary and documentary elements to provoke debate about “learning from error” and explore the reasons why it has proved so difficult to […]
Murray Anderson-Wallace is delighted to announce his appointment as an Advisor to the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch (HSIB) HSIB become operational on 1st April 2017 and is modelled on organisations like the Air Accident Investigation Branch (AAIB), which has helped to make significant safety improvements in the aviation industry. Their purpose is to improve patient […]
In 2015, almost 60 years of convention in medical practice was legally challenged and overturned in a landmark case regarding consent to treatment. In this series of three specially commissioned audio podcasts, Murray Anderson-Wallace explores the legal, ethical and practical implications, and discusses the new guidance for surgeons produced by the Royal College of Surgeons. […]
Building on the success of the London Darzi Programme, Kent, Surrey and Sussex HEE have now commissioned a year-long programme in Clinical Leadership for the three countries. Fellows are supported by a bespoke leadership development programme leading to a formal qualification (PG Cert) in healthcare leadership through London South Bank University. As part of his […]
The growing number of networks delivering healthcare, and professionals learning together to improve care, has created a need for new kinds of management and leadership. Co-authored by Murray Anderson-Wallace and Becky Malby, this timely publication highlights key lessons for network leaders, in a world where care must increasingly be managed through partnerships and networks as a […]
During the 2017/18 academic year, Murray joins the team at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at the University of Nottingham to deliver part of the new Interdisciplinary MSc in Quality and Safety Improvement.