Over the past two years, Murray Anderson-Wallace has provided a private investigation, support and advocacy service for harmed families as part of the Coronial proceedings into the death of their loved ones. Whilst tax funded legal representation is provided to NHS Trusts, no such support is offered to families through legal aid (except in very […]
Murray Anderson-Wallace has been recommended for appointment as a Specialist Magistrate sitting in the Family Courts and – pending final vetting and approvals from the Lord Chancellor’s Office – will begin training for this judicial role in Spring 2021.
In light of his expertise in working with families seriously affected by healthcare harm, Murray Anderson-Wallace has been appointed by Ministers to provide support to families that may require this. His role is completely independent of and in no way directed by Scottish Government or the organisations involved. This work runs in parallel with Lord […]
Murray Anderson-Wallace has recently joined the Advisory Group of a new campaign network – the Harmed Patient Alliance – which has as it’s mission “to work collaboratively towards a future where harmed patients and families are respected and cared for, their needs are understood and met, their suffering is minimised and their recovery is enabled, […]
From February 2021, Murray Anderson-Wallace will co-producing and presenting a monthly radio show as part of his commitment to GaGa Radio, a new community-led internet radio station focused on well-being run by WeCoProduce CIC. GaGa Radio aims to give a voice and a creative outlet to isolated people, keeping them more connected in disconnected times. […]
Murray Anderson-Wallace has been unanimously elected as Independent Chair of the HSIB Advisory Panel and will take up post with immediate effect. Murray will lead the Advisory Panel as the HSSIB Bill begins its passage through Parliament, and support the transition towards a Shadow Board for the new Non-Departmental Government Body (NDGB) once the Bill […]
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 […]