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.
Murray has recently been appointed as a Visiting Professor and Lead Faculty member for the Darzi Clinical Fellows Programme at London South Bank University. The newly designed programme is delivered on behalf of the London Leadership Academy and Health Education England. The clinical fellowship has evolved into a prestigious, high profile programme designed to develop […]
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 […]
Over the past two months, the House of Commons Public Administration Select Committee have been has been conducting an inquiry into clinical investigation and complaints in the NHS. The inquiry was prompted by paper published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine by colleagues Dr. Carl Macrae and Professor Charles Vincent, who present […]
Joshua Titcombe would have been six years old this week. In fact, he died on the 5th November 2008 of an overwhelming infection. He was 8 days old. Although his parents repeatedly raised concerns about his condition, their calls for help went unheard. By the time action was finally taken, it was too late. Despite […]