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Roy Lilley has been in and around the NHS since 1974. 

He is an independent health policy analyst, writer, broadcaster and commentator on the National Health Service and social issues.

An excoriating critic of the NHS and its institutions but a fan of the patient facing front-line of healthcare and the anonymous people who manage the services.

He has been a policy advisor, a visiting fellow at Imperial College London, helped start the Health services Management school at Nottingham University and was a founder of the Federation of NHS Trusts… that became the Confed. Roy is the author of over twenty books on health and health service management, and is the Founder of the Academy of Fabulous NHS Stuff, and runs the

Roy talks candidly to Trevor Dale on Atrainability Radio about trying to change attitudes to human error and fallibility across healthcare.

Here's my conversation with Roy Lilley, in episode 10 of Atrainability Radio.

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Matthew Syed @matthewsyed

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Trevor Dale and his team at Atrainability work extensively with NHS Trusts and healthcare professionals to train thousands of staff to create safe and effective teams.

In this podcast series, Trevor interviews a wide range of everyday NHS staff and patients, as well as his colleagues. Each conversation shares a unique story, spreading their learning far and wide.

Many of Trevor's guests in Season One of Atrainability Radio spoke at TEDxNHS 2019, where Atrainability were a sponsor. This is the first time these insightful conversations have been shared for the public to hear.

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