I read with interest that Paul Newman, the RIBA's head of client services, had put together a list of architects suitable for healthcare projects (11 August, page 10).
As an architect who has spent most of his career working on healthcare projects, I would be grateful to see this list and be satisfied that my institute was doing its best for me in promoting architecture and its practitioners.

I and many other architects, both experts and those with no experience of healthcare projects, would also be interested to know what, in Mr Newman's terms, would make an architect unsuitable for an architectural project in healthcare or any other field for that matter.