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Articles contributed to the CMF Site by Liz Croton

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The amazing technicolour pyjama therapy (triple helix - summer 2016)

Emily Ackerman was working as a doctor when she developed ME and switched from physician to patient. Her story is humorously told through prose and cartoons (which are very funny, by the way). This book aims to help those facing life-changing illness to fight back and draw close to God...

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Created for relationship (triple helix - spring 2015)

Society seems to place high value on independence. It's one of the things my patients tell me they want most for their lives. And it is important, to a point, but it's not the whole story. God didn't create us to be alone but in relationship to one another....

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God – I’ve got cancer (triple helix - summer 2014)

A message of hope for anyone who becomes seriously ill Dr Richard Scott TerraNova Publications, 2013, £9.00, Pb 192pp, ISBN 9780957047365 Reviewed by Liz Croton, a GP from Birmingham The back story underpinning this book is Dr Scott's own experience of being diagnosed with rectal cancer in...

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Addiction and the Christian doctor (triple helix - spring 2014)

Liz Croton looks at the dangers of addition for doctors. In 1998, a BMA Working Group report estimated that as many as 'one doctor in fifteen may be affected by drug or alcohol problems at some point in their career' (1). The Practitioner Health Programme (PHP) was established in 2008...

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Working from a place of rest (triple helix - summer 2010)

The paradox in the title draws the reader into this book. Horsfall draws on his extensive experience of training to provide guidance for sustainable Christian life. He uses the example of Jesus' meeting with the Samaritan woman at the well in John 4 as Jesus 'working from a place of...

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(Un)employment - the long and the short (triple helix - Easter 2010)

Back in 2005, the British Medical Association warned about the threat of unemployment facing junior doctors due to increasing competition for training posts. (1) Added to this came the news in 2006 that doctors trained outside the EU would require a work permit to work in the UK, thus severely...

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Can it be me? (Book Review) (triple helix - autumn 2007)

CMF member Marjory Foyle is a recognised expert on the effects of stress in Christians working cross-culturally. Can it be me? is her autobiography, detailing a life spent serving God as a medical missionary in India and Nepal and later as a psychiatrist. Marjory stepped out in faith as a...

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On Eagles' Wings AND Patterns in the Sand (Book Reviews) (triple helix - autumn 2007)

Losing a parent as a teenager is devastating and these books deal sensitively with this difficult subject. They tell the story of Tony, a fifteen year old boy whose mother is dying from multiple sclerosis. His father is the local vicar and Tony has to juggle schoolwork with nursing his...

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Spirituality and health (triple helix - Summer 2003)

Patients entering hospital experience a variety of emotions and utilise differing coping mechanisms to help them. One such mechanism is the presence of a personal religious faith.[1] Increasingly, it is recognised that faith and hope are valuable adjuncts to the healing process.[2,3] Yet there has not been much research on...

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Faith Moving Mountains (triple helix - autumn 2002)

There's always a big temptation to sign up for a Christian Conference on account of the exotic location. I had always wanted to visit Taiwan. It had always captured my imagination even though I knew little about it and had met few people who'd been there. So there was a...

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