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Author Index - Sam Leinster

Professor Sam Leinster is Dean of the School of Medicine, Health Policy and Practice at the University of East Anglia and CMF president

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Leadership as Christian service (triple helix - spring 2015)

As professionals, we want to see patients receiving the highest possible standard of healthcare. In the current environment of rapidly developing knowledge and technology that means, as a minimum, maintaining and improving our skills to ensure the management we offer is the most effective and up to date. In addition,...

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The Good Life (triple helix - spring 2013)

Sam Leinster on how Jesus turns prevailing attitudes on their heads. In the TV sitcom The Good Life (shot between 1975 and 1978), Tom Good (played by the actor Richard Briers who died recently) has a midlife crisis and turns his back on the rat race. With his wife Barbara,...

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cmf file 42 (2010) - Christians and medical research ()

Research is central to the safe and effective practice of medicine. Developments in molecular biology over the past 50 years have affected our understanding of normal human biology and pathophysiology, and new drug development is now often targeted against specific molecular receptors and mechanisms. This in turn requires new, more...

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Teaching Medicine - a Christian Approach (triple helix - Easter 2009)

What can Christians contribute that is different from any other conscientious teacher? Morgan proposes that scientific medicine has dehumanised us because behaviour is seen as mere product of biochemical reactions. He reminds us that Christians believe human beings are made in God's image and have infinite value. We must, therefore,...

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Planning your Career (nucleus - summer 2008)

My original intention in studying medicine was to become a missionary doctor because I had an implicit belief, shared by many people, that 'full-time Christian work' was somehow more spiritual than working as a Christian in a secular job. This, I have since realised, is an idea that has no...

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Selling yourself? (nucleus - summer 2007)

Humility is, as we know, a major Christian virtue. But how does it fit in with the modern world of career planning and personal development plans? There has always been competition for training posts in the popular specialties, but this appears to have become more intense with the introduction of...

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Integrity in Research (triple helix - winter 2007)

Research has long been regarded as an aid to advancement in medicine. Indeed, in some disciplines it is almost a necessity. It is therefore not surprising that individuals have been tempted to falsify the reports of their research, given the increasingly competitive nature of medical careers. There have been well-reported...

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