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DIFFICULT QUESTIONS speaking into hostility and conflict (nucleus - Winter 2021/2022)

'What you believe is harmful and has no place in healthcare!' We may hear this statement, or at least variations of it, either explicitly or implicitly from classmates, lecturers or consultants. It can feel piercing and undermining, casting doubt over our core beliefs and values, which have often been the driving...

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Remaining in Christ Jesus in medicine (nucleus - Summer 2020)

Rachel Owusu-Ankomah is CMF Head of Student Ministries the identity issue If Jesus should be our first, [1] our all in all [2] and our ultimate, how do we apply that to our studies and the future profession that we will be entering? How do we practically keep our identity rooted...

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Students (CMF news - Spring 2020)

Thankfully, both conferences took place earlier than usual this year, narrowly escaping the uncertainty over travel and large gatherings as a result of COVID-19. We were pleased to welcome 20 medical students from Asia, Africa, Eastern and Western Europe, Oceania and South America to the CMF office on 26 January....

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bench to bedside & beyond (nucleus - spring 2020)

With researchers continually pushing forward the boundaries of biomedical science, what we know and how we use that knowledge is growing. Almost every month there is a new advancement or innovation that hopes to impact positively the health and well-being of humans. As Christian doctors, nurses and midwives, how does...

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why CMF? (nucleus - Freshers' Edition)

CMF exists to unite and equip Christian medical students to live and speak for Jesus Christ. Sounds good, but what does it mean? Why should I join CMF and what can I get out of it? being a Christian... defines who we are and our 'why?' of life. Being a Christian will...

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editorial: you made it! (nucleus - Freshers' Edition)

Arriving at university, a myriad of emotions and a mix of questions may fill your mind: Can I do this? What will people be like? Will I make friends? How do I get to lecture theatre 37F? Change can be hard, but change is also good. God is transforming us...

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news reviews (nucleus - May 2019)

implications of new in utero surgery for fetuses with spina bifida In October 2018, in utero spinal surgery was performed in the UK for the first time on two fetuses with spina bifida. (1) In February, the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock confirmed that the...

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HERO + HERETIC 24: MENTAL HEALTH HEROES (nucleus - November 2018)

What contributions have Christians made to mental health? For so much of history, those with mental health issues have often been poorly treated: chained like animals and locked in cages. Tragic stories of ostracisation and stigma scar our history books. Things have changed, but there is still much to do. ...

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Beginning well (nucleus - Freshers edition)

Rachel Owusu-Ankomah is CMF Head of Student Ministries. Well, you have arrived at university. A myriad of emotions may be flooding you: excitement, fear and confusion. Perhaps a mix of questions: can I do this? What will people be like? Will I make friends? How do I get to lecture...

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Charlie Gard (triple helix - summer 2017)

Charlie Gard was born in August last year and, after becoming unwell at eight-weeks-old, was diagnosed with MDDS (infantile onset encephalomyopathic mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome), a rare and severe mitochondrial depletion disease. His condition is characterised by congenital deafness, severe epilepsy disorder and severe muscle weakness. His heart, liver and...

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