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Author Index - Laurence Crutchlow

Laurence Crutchlow is managing editor of Nucleus.

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a day in the life.... (nucleus - Easter 2011)

A brisk walk from Waterloo station to CMF's HQ in Marshalsea Road aids my recovery from wedging into a crowded train carriage at the start of most days. Staff meet to share news, read the Bible and pray each morning. We share plans and news, then take turns in sharing...

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maintaining integrity as a Christian medic (nucleus - Easter 2011)

As the sunlight beams through the window late in the afternoon, the first consultation of early evening surgery begins. It is soon obvious that a big ethical issue is at stake. The young lady seeing me is obviously distressed. My likely refusal on ethical grounds to grant what she wants...

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how to read the Bible for all its worth (nucleus - Christmas 2010)

Acts: the question of historical precedent Laurence Crutchlow considers how to apply Acts today. an overview Five brief summary statements (2) divide the book into six sections – each describing a forward movement of the early church, and marking a change of direction in the story. Acts 1:1-6:7 – The primitive (mostly Jewish)...

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editorial (nucleus - summer 2010)

For many medical students, this summer brings the end of years of training. Yet it also marks a beginning. Just as recent football events might eventually herald a new age of English sporting greatness (at least once a few changes are made!), the end of medical training also heralds the...

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God-man-God (nucleus - Easter 2010)

You've just enjoyed a discussion about patient autonomy in an ethics seminar, and on the way to coffee before the next lecture, your friend Steve walks with you. He says 'you Christians seemed to have a lot to say in that session. What do you actually believe?' There's only five...

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editorial (nucleus - Easter 2010)

Other choices may be thought through in minute detail. How much time did you spend deciding where to go to medical school? Or whether you wanted to be a doctor in the first place? Or whether you would believe in Jesus? Choosing which church to attend is often a hard...

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Surviving a Week of Nights (triple helix - summer 2006)

The prospect of working every night for a week is daunting to say the least! After working nights in several specialties as a GP trainee, I offer these thoughts and coping strategies in the hope of reducing anxiety for anyone starting out on weeks of nights. Why nights? The creation of weeks...

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Survivng as a House Officer (nucleus - autumn 2004)

The World Health Organization defines health as ‘a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being’.[1] Often in medicine we consider physical well-being, but neglect the mental and social aspects of health. We can think of house jobs in the same way and fail to consider the emotional, social and...

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Motions to the BMA (nucleus - summer 2001)

That this conference affirms that premarital sexual abstinence is the most effective way of lowering this country’s appalling rates of unplanned pregnancy, abortion and sexually transmitted disease amongst teenagers. Given the growing need for doctors to be involved in AIDS care, this conference urges that students must not be discouraged...

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Against the tide (nucleus - summer 2000)

Going on strike? Student Debt? Safety on Electives? These are just a few of the issues discussed by the BMA Medical Students' Committee (MSC), which is made up of representatives elected from each UK medical school, as well as members nominated by other committees within the BMA. It meets three...

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