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Author Index - Laurence Crutchlow

Laurence Crutchlow is managing editor of Nucleus.

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editorial:state of mind (nucleus - November 2018)

'No health without mental health' is a commonly heard campaigning cry. An average GP's surgery involves a great deal of mental health work, and problems of this nature are widely seen in the emergency department as well. There has been a great deal of media focus on mental health in...

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Review tv review: 13 Reasons Why (nucleus - November 2018)

13 Reasons Why topped Jumpshot's analysis of most-watched original shows on Netflix in the US when released in 2017. (1) The series chronicles the final year of the life of Hannah Baker, a high school senior, who takes her own life. She leaves behind 13 cassette tapes to be passed...

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Clinical conundrums (nucleus - Freshers edition)

can I pray with a patient? A patient might ask for prayer. Perhaps with a GP they know to be a Christian. Or perhaps from a student who they've got to know well. These situations are the exception, not the rule. But prayer can be greatly valued by patients at the...

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Thriving in exile (nucleus - Freshers edition)

'Where's home for you?' If you haven't worked out an answer before freshers' week starts, do it now. Along with 'what course do you do?' and 'which halls are you in?', it is one of the staples of conversation in queues to register, or at the first meeting of the...

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God-man-God...a basic gospel outline (nucleus - Freshers edition)

You've just enjoyed a discussion of autonomy in an ethics seminar. During the coffee break your friend asks: 'You Christians seemed to have a lot to say in that session. What do you actually believe?' You've got five minutes. What will you say? The motto 'Be Prepared' is important...

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working in healthcare (nucleus - summer 2018)

The National Health Service (NHS) can be a tough place to work and study. Reaching its 70th anniversary this year, issues of capacity and funding are not new. Despite the vision of free healthcare for all, legislation enabling patient charges dates from just a year after the foundation of the...

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Editorial:yet more work... (nucleus - summer 2018)

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books: Right to die? (nucleus - September 2017)

Right to die? John Wyatt ISBN 9781783593866, IVP, 2015, £7 from CMF Bookstore An initial survey of recent UK and world events sets the scene for a discussion of euthanasia, assisted suicide and end of life care. A particular strength is the perspective on recent events, laying out the ideas and...

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what the Bible says about euthanasia (nucleus - September 2017)

Has modern medicine fallen victim to its own success? UK life expectancy continues to increase, though at a slowing rate. The last 150 years have seen a significant fall in infant mortality, followed by advances in treatment of infectious disease. Many more people live into their 80s, 90s and beyond...

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the end of life - a subject for all (nucleus - September 2017)

All your patients will end up in the mortuary. Your personal mortality rate will be 100%. Think about it for a moment. The young patient who has poor veins after years of intravenous drug use whom you 'save' by heroically cannulating at 3am, will die eventually; she may conquer her addiction...

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