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Murray Anderson-Wallace London South Bank University, UK

Murray has a clinical background in mental health services and psychological therapy and is trained in systemic approaches to counselling, consultation and supervision. He is a qualified groupwork practitioner, registered with the Institute of Group Analysis. Murray has an enduring interest in the social dynamics of organising and has spent much of his career tackling complex socio-cultural and ethical issues, including leading several large-scale independent reviews of care. Murray has provided strategic support to a wide range of national quality programmes and networks in the UK and abroad. He has taught at postgraduate level internationally and is a visiting professor at the Health Systems Innovation Lab at London South Bank University. Murray’s practice also includes work as an independent editor, writer and broadcaster, producing media to stimulate debate about complex professional and ethical issues in healthcare. He is co-author of Networks in Healthcare: Managing Complex Relationships (Emerald) with Professor Becky Malby.