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Working for Jesus (nucleus - Freshers edition)

As you embark on several years of study, you will spend most of your waking hours engaged in writing, reading, revising, placements and lectures. And yet we rarely hear a sermon on work. So here are four things for you to take into your studies: your work doesn't define you The...

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You're not the only one... four CMF students share their stories (nucleus - Freshers edition)

…who suffers from mental illness In my second year, I became unwell with depression and anxiety. To the outside world I seemed fine but I actually felt incredibly alone and ashamed. Despite treatment and support, things progressively worsened and I was almost hospitalised two weeks before my end of year exams....

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studying as a Christian (nucleus - summer 2018)

Study. It's something you'll be doing a lot of as a nursing or medical student: In the wards; in the library; in a GP's surgery. So does being a Christian impact on how we study? We're going to approach this through three questions. 1) Why do we study? 2) What should we...

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his burden is light, so why can't I say no? (nucleus - summer 2018)

My name is Alex and I'm a workaholic. Perhaps you are too? Try this mental test. Close your eyes. Imagine you feel all that God expects of you, what the world needs from you, and what the church lays on your shoulders. List those duties. Do they feel light or...

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work to live, or live to work? (nucleus - summer 2018)

It's October 1991 and I've just started working at Hewlett Packard. I was talking to my boss about a lecture we'd just heard on work and life. She asked me what I thought, and I found myself saying, 'it made me think, do we live to work or work to...

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remember those in prison (nucleus - Winter 2018)

first encounter? Picture being assaulted by your own father. Not for taking coins from a jar on the mantelpiece, but for having lacked the nerve to simply smash-in the shop window and steal the toy you wanted. This was the reality for Peter Woolf, and as I sat in the school...

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GMC - Developing the UK medical register: a public consultation (12/08/2016)

The GMC is seeking to revise and improve the List of Registered Medical Practitioners (LRMP) so that it provides more and better information, and is easier to use.CMF has contributed...
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All Party Parliamentary Group on Global Health (17/02/2016)

Submission from the Christian Medical Fellowship (CMF) in response to a call for evidence of the future development of nursing globally.A review by the All-Party Group on Global Health which...
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Leadership in hard times (triple helix - spring 2015)

Key points The NHS is under pressure: tightening resources, increased regulation in a context of demographic change. More than ever, Christian doctors have opportunities to make a difference. Our faith offers examples and principles that can be applied to great effect. Making a difference will include practising age-old Christian...

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Leadership as Christian service (triple helix - spring 2015)

Key points Entering leadership or management is a legitimate form of Christian service. When considering leadership, it is important to examine your gifts and seek opportunities to use them. Leadership should not be pursued for self-aggrandisement or to improve your CV, but should be Christ-like. Christian leaders should provide...

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