Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Richard Horton on medical professionalism This content relates to the following topics: Organisational culture Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Article information Posted:Friday 25 January 2008 Dr Richard Horton, editor of The Lancet, discusses the issue of medical professionalism. You may also be interested in Blog It’s not about the money: staff engagement comes first Michael West explores the link between staff engagement, high-quality care and financial performance. Blog Is transformation in the NHS really transformational? Mandip Randhawa considers whether the NHS has the tools for effective change. Blog Five ways to improve junior doctor morale With dissatisfaction among junior doctors reaching unprecedented levels, Bilal Sahib suggests five ways of improving morale that can be implemented locally. Blog Addressing the emotional realities of the job: compassionate care for the NHS workforce Shilpa Ross and Laura Bennett consider whether organisation-wide forums are helping health care staff to address the emotional impact of their work.