From CMF news - spring 2003 - Members' News
On their awards and appointments
Geoff Foster OBE for services as founder and director of Family AIDS Caring Trust, Zimbabwe
David Mann OBE for services to healthcare in Africa
John Scriven Chairman of Lawyers’ Christian Fellowship
Kevin Turner Hunterian Professorship, Royal College of Surgeons of England
William Wallace Honorary Fellowship, College of Anaesthetists (RCS Ireland) and ad hominem fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh
If you have recently received an award, a new appointment or postgraduate qualification please let us know for the next edition of CMF News.
Benjamin Cheesman (Aberdeen) to New Zealand
Rena Downing (The Middlesex) to Kenya
Francesca Elloway (Bristol) to Uganda
Christine MacDonald (Glasgow) to Zambia
Adrian Morel (Sri Lanka) to Sri Lanka
Scott Murray (Glasgow) to Thailand
Naomi Pang (Newcastle) to Hong Kong
Elspeth Paterson (Edinburgh) to Pakistan
Ruth Roberts (Birmingham) to Zambia
Quintin Bradshaw (Edinburgh) from Thailand
Ruth Butlin (Cardiff) from India
Heather Cox (Southampton) from Nepal
Ann Fursdon (Nottingham) from Kenya
Rachel Hillier (Royal Free) from Thailand
Michael Patterson (The Middlesex) from Argentina
Shaula Reilly (St Mary’s) from Mozambique
Lynn Snow (Sheffield) from Guinea
Change of address abroad
Corry Buijs (The Netherlands) from Denmark to Netherlands
Nikki Rodwell (Birmingham) from France to Belgium
We report the deaths of the following members and offer sympathy to their families:
Jessie Alstead (q Glasgow 1936; d 19 January 2003).
Ruth Hunter (q Bristol 1940; d 29 November 2001) was a retired doctor living in Brighton.
Ramsay Small (q St Andrews 1954; d 7 March 2003).
Quite a few CMF members have contacted the CMF Office to enquire about whether any of those standing for the General Medical Council are members of CMF. John Jenkins (Northern Ireland) is the only CMF member standing. Philip Howard of the Guild of Catholic Doctors is also standing. Former CMF General Secretary Andrew Fergusson will not be seeking re-election.