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Author Index - Nick Land

Nick Land is a consultant psychiatrist and medical director in the north of England and is the current Chairman of CMF

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Leadership in hard times (triple helix - spring 2015)

Key points The NHS is under pressure: tightening resources, increased regulation in a context of demographic change. More than ever, Christian doctors have opportunities to make a difference. Our faith offers examples and principles that can be applied to great effect. Making a difference will include practising age-old Christian...

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Rendle Short lecture 2013 (triple helix - summer 2013)

Being a servant leader in the NHS Nick Land on how the Christian faith informs attitudes to work and leadership. key points Our work is a central part of our stewardship as Christians. All doctors in one way or another are called upon to be leaders. There are huge challenges facing the NHS:...

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Taking stock spiritually (triple helix - spring 2013)

At various times in the year, the first week of January,or as Lent and Easter approaches, I find myself discussing whether making resolutions is biblical. On the one hand 'it is by grace you have been saved, through faith – and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift...

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contracts, compacts and covenants (triple helix - Christmas 2009)

In 2002 the British Medical Journal published an article on 'Unhappy Doctors'. (1) The authors noted declining morale among doctors worldwide, investigated this, and found it was not to do with workload or pay (important though these were). Rather the key factor appeared to be change in the 'psychological compact'...

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The New Graduates' Committee (CMF news - spring 2008)

I have been asked to introduce myself as Chair of the new CMF Graduates' Committee. I am Nick Land, a 46-year-old consultant psychiatrist based in the north east of England. I am married to Helen who works as a part-time GP in inner-city Middlesbrough. We have three sons (16, 14...

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The Wilberforce Connection (Book Review) (triple helix - spring 2006)

A culture of gross drunkenness and violence, a civic life with rising crime and corruption, a society marred by social dislocation and sexual immorality, a church confused, divided and ineffectual – this is 21st century Britain – but also a picture of late 18th century Georgian England, where a small...

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Psychiatry and Christianity - Poles apart? - part two (nucleus - summer 2003)

This is the second of two articles seeking to answer some of the questions that Christian students raise when they start psychiatry attachments. In my first article[1] I outlined a biblical model through which we can begin to make sense of the different secular models for mental illness from a...

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Psychiatry and Christianity - Poles apart? (nucleus - autumn 2002)

Many Christian medical students find their psychiatry attachments daunting. They are in an environment where people talk about feelings, emotions and values, but in a way that may seem hostile to the gospel. This article aims to answer some of the questions that often confuse Christian students. For example: How...

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The National Clinical Assessment Authority - Should not influence Christians' enthusiasm (triple helix - spring 2001)

'...a rapid response unit for investigating doubts about doctors performance' was The Times' description of the new 'National Clinical Assessment Authority'(NCAA)(15 Feburary, p8). John Denham, Health Minister, described it as a 'new approach to the problem of poorly performing doctors'.[1] Formed as part of the implementation of 'Supporting doctors, protecting...

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Spiritual Schizophrenia (nucleus - winter 1997)

The Oxford English Dictionary defines schizophrenia as "a mental disease marked by disconnection between thoughts, feelings and actions, frequently with delusions and retreat from social life". Everyone agrees that schizophrenia is very serious disorder. Splitting one's thoughts, emotions and actions is bad for you. The end result can be confusion,...

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