Ethics in NHS Integrated Care Systems
The NHS is introducing Integrated Care Systems. What ethical issues might emerge in their work?
Restorative justice after health care harm
Can principles of restorative justice help rebuild trust when things go wrong in healthcare?
Experiencing healing after moral injury
Jasmine talks about a restorative approach to recovering from an incident of patient violence.
Restorative approaches to supporting people after care harm
How can restorative approaches help professionals act with kindness and honesty after healthcare harm?
Moral injury and COVID-19
How has Covid 19 caused moral injury, who does it affect, and what can leaders do about it?
Clinical moral leadership in Covid times
Understanding the moral complexities of clinical leadership is vital in the era of Covid19.
Covid 19 Ethics Resources
Links to selected policy, guidance and research about ethical aspects of responding to Covid19.
Is your work place culture toxic?
My research for the GMC about how senior clinical leaders cultivate good work place cultures. (It’s difficult)
Improving incident investigations & safety systems
HFACS is an easy to use systems based approach informed by human factors science.
Rebuilding trust after patient harm
Alexandra was born profoundly disabled following a forceps delivery. What should care providers do to rebuild trust when care goes wrong?
How to apologise
With apologies legally mandated, there is a risk their value will be undermined by bureaucracy and cynicism. Here’s how to resist.
The ‘surgical never events’ task force and its impact
I chaired NHS England’s ‘Surgical Never Events Task Force’. How far have our recommendations been implemented?
A crisis of moral leadership?
In an article for HSJ based on my book, Dr Mike Roddis asked if there is a crisis in moral leadership in the NHS. What’s going wrong?