E 137 After Alder Hey: Trust and Mistrust in Contemporary Healthcare (2005)


Doctors, like clergy, are in some ways symbolic of trustworthiness. So when the medical profession is thought to be untrustworthy, the consequences spread far into society.

This study looks at some significant cases in the light of a model for understanding trust. Out of this, it suggests key principles for rebuilding trust, and the distinctive contribution made by the church and theology in this task.

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Author: Revd Dr Robert Innes

After a career in business consultancy, Rob taught theology at Cranmer Hall and ministered in several County Durham parishes, before becoming Senior Chaplain and Chancellor of the pro-Cathedral of Holy Trinity, Brussels. He has written and edited books and booklets in the areas of spirituality and ethics, including 'Rebuilding Trust in Healthcare' (eds. Harrison, Innes and van Zwnenberg) published by Radcliffe Medical Press. He is married to Helen and they have four children.

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