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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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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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Submission from the Christian Medical Fellowship to the Charity Commission's Draft Supplementary Guidance on Public Benefit and the Advancement of Religion (30/06/2008)

Charitable aims of CMF: The advancement of the Christian faith in particular amongst members of the medical profession. The aims of the Fellowship shall be: (a) to unite Christian...
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Online GMC Consultation February 2008 - Confidentiality: protecting and providing information (26/02/2008)

Please see the GMC website: www.gmc-uk.org for more information on the consultation they are running. 1. Is maintaining confidentiality an important professional value for the medical profession, or...
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Organ donation and transplantation – policy actions at EU level (25/02/2008)

Supplementary Submission (February 2008) from the Christian Medical Fellowship to the House of Lords inquiry into the European Commission Communication: Organ donation and transplantation – policy actions at EU level...
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CMF to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee's new Inquiry into Scientific developments relating to the Abortion Act 1967 (10/10/2007)

Executive Summary - (numbers refer to paragraphs) 1-4. We introduce Christian Medical Fellowship's status, submissions, and relevant core beliefs. We regret the exclusion of an ethical dimension to the consultation,...
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