Murray Anderson-Wallace has been working as part of a Board sub-committee of the LCF to explore how to best evaluate the social impact of grants to support third sector organisations in Leeds.
During 2018, Murray Anderson-Wallace led an Independent Review of Clinical Care at the request of a Clinical Commissioning Group and with the co-operation of the acute secondary care provider. The terms of reference covered three core areas including the context of clinical decision-making; the communication between the organisation and the affected family, and the process […]
As part of our ongoing relationship with the Royal College of Surgeons of England, Murray is working with colleague Roland Denning to write and produce a short series of audio podcasts to support the new RCS Guidance on End of Life Care. Contributors will include Dame Clare Marx, Past President of the RCS; Miss Sue […]
As part of his work with the Health Systems Innovation Lab at London South Bank University, Murray is working as part of the LSBU team in partnership with Haringey CCG to provide an integrated programme of support to improve services in primary care in General Practice. The programme builds on the first phase of work, […]
In his role as an Independent Member of the Advisory Panel to the Health Service Investigation Branch, Murray has recently researched and co-ordinated a response to this Draft Bill as it is scrutinised by Joint Committee. Further information can be found here: https://www.parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/joint-select/draft-health-service-safety-investigations-bill/hssib-17-19/publications/
In February 2018, Murray was invited to join the Independent Review of Workplace Culture at Save the Children UK, working as Deputy to the Chair, Dr Suzanne Shale. The Independent Review team’s Terms of Reference were approved by the Charity Commission on 28 February 2018. The scope of the Independent Review, which will report in […]
In partnership with www.patientstories.org.uk, we are pleased to announce the publication of this important new book. From the 2nd December 2015, you will be able to purchase – either paperback (P&P applies) or as an ebook download – from this site or from any good bookseller, including Amazon. In November 2008 James Titcombe and his […]
Drawing on lessons from social psychology, Murray Anderson-Wallace and ethicist Dr Suzanne Shale identify three main traps to avoid when thinking about culture in the NHS. This article is part of a series of pieces written to co-incide with the publication of the Francis Inquiry. The attached PDF is an extended version of an article […]