As part of a programme supported by the NHS Practitioner Health Programme and the Institute of Group Analysis, Murray Anderson-Wallace is now registered to support any GP practice or group of practices who wish to become involved. Please contact us by email for further details or an informal discussion.
Murray Anderson-Wallace has joined the newly formed Board Grant and Impact sub-committee of the LCF. This follows two years of work support the Community Foundation to develop a theroy of change and a model for evaluating social impact of 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 […]
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 […]
The Final Report of the Independent Review of Workplace Culture at Save the Children UK was published earlier this week. Prof. Murray Anderson-Wallace served as Deputy Chair of the Independent Review Panel from March 2018. Murray took special responsibility for the design and supervision of a team of specialist interviewers who listened to more than […]
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 […]
During May and June, along with Faculty colleagues Prof. Becky Malby and Nick Downham, Murray delivered the first two intensive workshops of the Darzi Clinical Fellowship Programme for 2018/19. A cohort of 25 emerging clinical leaders from Kent, Surrey and Sussex began the year long post-graduate programme, which aims to equip them with the […]
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, […]