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Submissions

CMF regularly makes submissions to Government and other consultations on issues of ethical importance. All of our submissions are accessible here.

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Submission to GMC: end of life treatment and care (13/07/2009)

Text of an online submission from the Christian Medical Fellowship to the General Medical Council on End of life treatment and care: Good practice in decision making A...
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Submission from the Christian Medical Fellowship to the Broadcast Committee of Advertising Practice consultation with reference solely to proposed TV advertising of family planning centres and of condoms to children aged 10-16 (19/06/2009)

1. Introduction The Christian Medical Fellowship (CMF) is an interdenominational organisation with more than 4,500 British doctors as members. All are Christians who desire their professional and personal lives to...
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CMF Submission to DoH: HFE Act 2008 regulations (30/03/2009)

Submission from the Christian Medical Fellowship to the Department of Health Consultation on Four sets of regulations required to implement provisions in the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008 March...
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Submission from CMF (Scotland) to Margo MacDonald MSP's Consultation Document: The Proposed End of Life Choices (Scotland) Bill (09/03/2009)

Introduction The Christian Medical Fellowship (CMF) is an interdenominational organisation in the UK with some 4,500 doctor members and around 1,000 medical student members. Of these, 450 doctors and 96...
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CMF responds to GMC 'Tomorrow's Doctors' consultation (03/03/2009)

Read GMC consultation document - pdf format Dear Tomorrow's Doctors team We are writing on behalf of the Christian Medical Fellowship, who represent almost 1,000 medical student members across...
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Joint statement to the House of Lords re Amendment 92 (29/10/2008)

Please do not vote for Amendment 92 Express consent must remain as an inviolable human right Amendment 92 would allow the use of tissue from children, mentally incapacitated adults, and...
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CMF Statement to House of Lords on consent proposals in the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill (28/10/2008)

On Wednesday 29th October the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill has its final stage in the House of Lords. The House of Lords is only able to consider changes to...
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Submission from the Christian Medical Fellowship to the Department of Health consultation on The National Health Service Constitution (28/10/2008)

Introduction The Christian Medical Fellowship (CMF) is an interdenominational organisation with some 4,500 British doctors as members. All are Christians who desire their professional and personal lives to be governed...
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Submission from the Christian Medical Fellowship to the Nuffield Council on Bioethics' Consultation: Dementia - ethical issues (30/07/2008)

Introduction The Christian Medical Fellowship (CMF) is an interdenominational organisation with more than 4,000 British doctors as members. All are Christians who desire their professional and personal lives to be...
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Response by the Christian Medical Fellowship to the General Medical Council on draft changes to its guidance Reporting criminal and regulatory proceedings within and outside the UK (09/07/2008)

The background to this consultation response is available on the GMC website at gmc.e-consultation.net/reportingconvictions. Article: Fixed Penalty Notices 1: Does the guidance make clear when doctors must tell the...
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