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Author Index - Rachael Pickering

Rachael Pickering is a Portfolio GP in London.

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Beyond the bars (triple helix - Winter 2019)

'The Lord looked down from his sanctuary on high, from heaven he viewed the earth to hear the groans of the prisoners and release those condemned to death.' (Psalm 102:19-20) No one knows how many prisoners there were back when the psalmist penned these lines, but today God hears the cries...

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Speak up, do justice (nucleus - May 2016)

Rachael Pickering explains CMF's Summer School. After the success of last year's summer camp, this year's summer school will once again be a collaboration between CMF and Petros Training, the training arm of the non-profit healthcare company I work for. We deliver medical services to vulnerable patient groups, especially the mentally...

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Issues Today (triple helix - spring 2012)

Editors: Lisa Firth and Claire Owen Independence Educational Publishers £5.95 (each) Pb 28pp www.independence.co.uk/issues-today.htm Issues Today is an onging series designed for younger secondary school children. Six of the more recent titles are Cloning, HIV & AIDS, Fitness, Eating Disorders, Mental Health, and Self-Harm. Each topic is introduced with...

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God has got plans for us (triple helix - Christmas 2008)

The best thing about my new job is its remoteness – 60-mile round trips for house calls through the beautiful Yorkshire countryside. A whole hour per patient to admire the scenery and relax, think and pray, brood or just-be-alone! Last week I decided to use the drive to plan this...

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Let's communicate about abortion (triple helix - summer 2008)

The last Juniors' Forum was all about the need to develop good general communication skills.[1] For the rest of the year though, we're going to look at common pitfalls that arise when communicating specific issues to colleagues and patients. This issue, we're looking at abortion... I'm scared! There are those...

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Juniors' Forum - Let's communicate (triple helix - Easter 2008)

Juniors' Forum has decided to spend a few issues exploring the gentle art of good communication. 'Oh no!' I hear you cry. 'How boring!' Certainly that's how I felt as a houseman (pre-registration doctor), but then my one and only undergraduate experience of 'learning communication skills' had been highly ironic...

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Open all hours? - The BMA clash with the government over plans for extended open hours (triple helix - Easter 2008)

The New Year kicked off with an announcement of yet another NHS shake-up. In a speech pegged around the forthcoming 60th anniversary of the NHS, Gordon Brown revealed that the nation's rarely-seen-in-the-NHS, healthy citizens are to be encouraged to see the doctor anyway, in order to prevent them turning into...

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William Wilberforce - A Biography (Book Review) (triple helix - autumn 2007)

I have always been fascinated by Wilberforce: we were both born and bred in Hull and even attended the same school, admittedly 200 years apart! He was a truly great Christian, using his immense wealth and power to achieve his life-long mission statement: 'God has set before me two great...

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Cannabis – an Independent view? - Broadsheet comes clean at last (triple helix - spring/summer 2007)

After ten years of campaigning for the decriminalisation of Britain's most widely available drug, the Independent newspaper has decided to come clean. In dramatic fashion, its 18 March front page announced an apologetic U-turn over its position on the legalisation of cannabis.[1] Many of us recall their 1997 campaign: 'Today,...

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Stem cells (triple helix - winter 2007)

The last few months have yielded much good news on the adult stem cell front. Several ground-breaking research projects have announced successful results. There is hopeful news for diabetics. In New Orleans, human bone marrow stem cells have been shown to repair defective insulin-producing pancreatic cells in diabetic mice. [1]...

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