There is a growing awareness in healthcare of giving much greater attention to the needs of families involved in serious incidents. In these two podcasts, Murray Anderson-Wallace explores the issues through a short drama – based on real cases – and through interviews with key commentators. The podcasts will be released in September 2017.
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. […]
In this short extract from a longer interview, Sir Robert Francis QC discusses the importance and impact of patient stories with Murray Anderson-Wallace
This month we begin the production phase of a new documentary exploring recent advances in clinical human factors. Building on extensive background research over the past 12 months, the film will explore the science of human factors and in particular focus on the common cognitive processes and biases that lie at the heart of human […]
We are pleased to announce the imminent release of “The Last Time We Spoke” – a new drama short – which is built on extensive research with carer’s of people recovering from serious mental health problems. The film is a composite story based on the direct testimony of six families who have had poor experiences […]
Inspired by the work of the Clinical Human Factors Group and produced by the award-winning team from Horizon, A&E doctor Kevin Fong finds out how doctors can avoid making mistakes in the high-pressure, high-stakes world of the operating theatre. He sets out to learn how other professionals make life and death decisions under pressure – […]
We are delighted to announce that our recent drama-documentary “Simon & Meg” has won the Educational Excellence Innovation Award from the London Deanery. Described as “the classic award rewarding high quality and innovative patient safety focussed training programmes around London”, this film is the product of a rich collaboration with our long-standing clients and partners […]
Based on a joint initiative between Central and NW London FT and the NW London NHS Trust, with funding support from the London Deanery, we researched, developed and produced a 20 minute drama documentary which focussed on the range of clinical human factors that had an influence on providing excellent care for people with mental […]