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What are they teaching the children? (triple helix - autumn 2017)

Lynda Rose (ed) Wilberforce Publications, 2016, £12, 354pp, ISBN 9780957572584 Reviewed by Paul Malcolm, Clinical Radiologist based in Norwich This is a collection of essays by authors with experience of teaching, politics, the law and the history of child education. As Tim Dieppe of Christian Concern comments in his review, 'The education of...

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General Pharmaceutical Council - Personals Values and Beliefs (09/03/2017)

The General Pharmaceutical Council has been consulting on religion, personal values and beliefs in delivering person-centred care in pharmacy; full consultation document here. They propose changes to their professional guidance...
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Submission to the GMC guidance on Personal beliefs and medical practice (13/06/2012)

This submission is a response from CMF to the GMC consultation on the draft of their 'explanatory guidance': Personal Beliefs and Medical Practice. The consultation on 'explanatory guidance' was part...
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Submission to the GMC guidance on Personal beliefs and medical practice (17/04/2012)

This submission is a response to the GMC consultation on the redraft of their guidance: Personal Beliefs and Medical Practice . Following this initial consultation process, the GMC will issue...
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GPs can pray with patients - as long as it's 'tactful' (28/07/2011)

New guidance for GPs on praying for patients has been released by the Medical Defence Union (MDU) - with backing from the General Medical Council (GMC) and one of the...
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spiritual care standards in the NHS - England and Northern Ireland lag behind (triple helix - Easter 2010)

This January a consultation closed about standards and competencies for spiritual care delivery in the NHS in Wales. Final standards and guidelines should be out soon. Several Christian organisations (including Healthcare Christian Fellowship, Christian Nurses and Midwives (1) and Evangelical Alliance) made submissions, and most agreed the only real deficit...

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spirituality, values and the NHS (CMF news - summer 2009)

1 July 2009 is a date we may come to see as seminal in the history of spiritual issues and healthcare. CMF Breakfast at the ARM For the first time since 1892, when the Medical Prayer Union (one of the two organisations which merged in 1949 to form CMF) began these annual...

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Spirituality in the NHS (triple helix - summer 2009)

The case of Caroline Petrie, a community nurse suspended for asking a patient if she wanted prayer, hit the headlines in January and created a national and international storm. (1) It prompted Bernadette Birtwhistle and others to table motions at the BMA ARM recognising the importance of spiritual care, (2)...

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Prayer for patients

29th June 2009: In the latest eNewsletter, we drew to members' attention the BMA ARM agenda items on safeguarding spiritual care for patients. The story has attracted significant media coverage, mainly featuring CMF member Bernadette Birtwhistle who has been asked by the BMA...
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MDU guidance on 'Doctors and Patients at prayer'

8th April 2009: Dr John Holden, medico-legal adviser to the Medical Defence Union, has written a very helpful article titled 'Doctors and patients at prayer' in which he steers a sensible middle way recommending that doctors should use professional judgement when discussing questions...
https://http://www.the-mdu.com/section_GPs_and_primary_care_professionals/topnav_Advice_centre_1/hidden_Article.asp?articleID=1941&contentType=Advice%20article&articleTitle=Doctors+and+patients+at+prayer&EK=840453
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