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Author Index - Laurence Crutchlow

Laurence Crutchlow is managing editor of Nucleus.

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Our values: truth & integrity (nucleus - September 2015)

Laurence Crutchlow on the challenges of being truthful in medicine. 'to speak the truth, respect privacy and safeguard our patients' confidences' 'What is truth?' Pilate asked Jesus during his trial. Jesus had already answered Pilate saying, 'for this reason I was born, and for this I came into the world,...

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Engaging a stormy world (nucleus - September 2015)

Life in medicine is rarely quiet, and the summer has seen medics sitting exams, travelling on elective, beginning new jobs, or perhaps contributing to the ever growing #weneedtotalkaboutjeremy conversation on twitter. A mixture of ethical discord over assisted suicide, an apparent workforce crisis, and growing controversy around the current health...

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our values: upholding marriage (nucleus - May 2015)

Laurence Crutchlow considers marriage and family. 'To uphold marraige between a man and a woman, faithfulness and the family' Marriage is an overarching theme in Scripture. '"For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two shall become on flesh."This is a...

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so you've just graduated... (nucleus - May 2015)

The final few weeks of medical school pass quickly. A blur of revision and sign-ups mark the last clinical placement. Even the exam period can pass surprisingly fast, and after a celebration, graduation and a holiday, you soo nfind that your few days of shadowing your new F1 job have...

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one certain thing (nucleus - May 2015)

Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever. (Hebrews 1:8) In a world obsessed with the new, the innovative, and 'progress', why would someone say that they are always the same? Isn't that boring? Isn't someone who was the right person for the time 2,000 years ago rather...

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our values: sacrificial care for all (nucleus - January 2015)

Laurence Crutchlow on serving those in need. who are the 'poor, vulnerable and marginalised'? Sometimes it is obvious enough. A patient with severe learning difficulties is likely to be vulnerable and probably marginalised as well. A homeless patient in the emergency department is probably all three. Yet it isn't always...

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Waiting with a purpose (nucleus - January 2015)

Often our society wants everything now, with no tolerance for waiting. Some patients have come to expect that they should be seen the same day, even for a problem that is clearly non-urgent to both them and their doctor. Online companies strive to provide the fastest possible delivery service, with...

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Sex, dating and relationships: A fresh approach (triple helix - winter 2014)

Both these books are helpful. Though reaching similar conclusions, the approach taken differs markedly. Sex, Dating and Relationships could be recommended for its opening chapter alone. A challenging and refreshing exposition of sex as an expression of the gospel sets the book's tone. Arguing that the Bible defines three...

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challenging cynicism (nucleus - September 2014)

Autumn may seem a strange time to publish a piece on 'cynicism'. Medical school lecture theatres are full to bursting in those early days when freshers attend absolutely every lecture without fail; the wards are covered in students with shiny new stethoscopes seeking their first patients to clerk, and FY1s...

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our values: service to all (nucleus - September 2014)

'To serve our patients according to their healthcare need without partiality or discrimination on any basis' Our first reaction to this fourth CMF value might be that it is so obvious as not to be worth stating. Surely the recent Equalities Act (2010), frequent 'Equality and Diversity' training, and repeated...

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