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Author Index - Gavin Ling

Gavin Ling is a clinical student at St George’s Hospital and is currently the editor of Nucleus

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Editorial (nucleus - spring 2006)

Remember the old phrase, 'time flies when you're having fun'? Someone told me that in my first year (2000), a buzzing university fresher, as I moaned about graduating in 2006, God-willing! Medical school has certainly had its moments, but a speedy process it hasn't been. Plenty happens in six years...

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Editorial (nucleus - winter 2006)

Today’s society seems petrified of these words: ‘you’re wrong’. Clinical tutors are taught not to say that students are ‘wrong’, in the belief that this upsets them. In general, we just don’t like hearing it. This sometimes extends to speaking about the gospel as well. We like speaking about how...

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Martin Lloyd-Jones (nucleus - winter 2006)

In the ceremonial hall at my secondary school, an old Latin sign hangs high and booms at you, advising on your future prospects. It proudly suggests that if you are of the highest calibre, join the ministry; those of reasonable aptitude, be a physician; and people of a ‘dimmer’ nature,...

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Editorial (nucleus - autumn 2005)

University life holds many distractions for Christians. Even things that may be blessings or opportunities can readily become our idols. I have certainly fallen short many times. Personal ambition (or fortune) is only one example – sadly all too common among Christian medics. Someone at my church remarked at housegroup...

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Editorial (nucleus - summer 2005)

Are you thinking what we’re thinking? Brand new logo, new design, new fonts, yet more fresh, new articles and a themed edition to boot. Even so, I hope you will forgive me for providing a couple of caveats before you read on through the journal this quarter: First, this is by...

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Chlamydia screening - Britain forward not back? (nucleus - summer 2005)

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) have always been a blight on society through the years. In this decade, chlamydia is a serious problem affecting both men and women; it is now the most common STI. Although it can be asymptomatic in up to 70% of cases in women, 10-30% develop pelvic...

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Editorial (nucleus - spring 2005)

Many people told me their exciting plans for holidays over the Easter break, and I’m sure the majority of you will have come back refreshed from a relaxing time away, be it four weeks or four days! I must admit that I’ve particularly missed the opportunity to ski this year,...

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Editorial (nucleus - winter 2005)

If I said that medical school was all about revision and exams, on the face of it I wouldn’t be far off the mark. Barely a week goes by without one year group or another becoming stressed, focusing on the minutiae that come up in the dreaded MCQs. Often, the...

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Who cares? – ICMDA European Conference (nucleus - winter 2004)

From 5-8 September, nine students and several junior doctors from across the UK and Ireland attended the students’ and juniors’ preconference prior to the International Christian Medical and Dental Association’s (ICMDA) European Conference (8-12 September). This takes place every four years, and was held this time at the beautiful ‘Geistliches...

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Why bother with Church? (nucleus - winter 2004)

Many Christians grapple with this question, either consciously or subconsciously. As students studying hard for frequent exams, it can be difficult to juggle our week, whether it’s making time for football, our grandparents’ golden wedding anniversary, or dare I say it, for church. This becomes increasingly difficult as work demands...

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