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Author Index - Steve Fouch

Steve Fouch is CMF's Head of Communications

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Life is the gift of God... (triple helix - summer 2016)

In May it came to light that for many years the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) has been inextricably linked with the leading provider of abortions in the UK, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS). (1) So much so that Cathy Warwick, the RCM's CEO is also the Chair of...

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Ebola: The epidemic that won't go away (triple helix - spring 2016)

New cases and stigmatised survivors Regular reports in the autumn and early New Year claimed that West Africa was finally Ebola free after nearly three years, only for another case to crop up within days. (1) Now it seems that earlier fears that survivors may be prone to relapsing illness turn out to be well founded. Research presented at...

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All Party Parliamentary Group on Global Health (17/02/2016)

Submission from the Christian Medical Fellowship (CMF) in response to a call for evidence of the future development of nursing globally.A review by the All-Party Group on Global Health which...
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A turning point in global health (triple helix - winter 2015)

The role of faith-based healthcare Review by Steve Fouch CMF Head of Nursing In July, The Lancet launched a landmark series of papers on the role of faith groups in the delivery of healthcare worldwide. (1) Three papers explore the breadth and impact of faith-based healthcare, the controversies that exist and...

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Plans for ‘seven-day’ NHS - where will the money come from? (triple helix - summer 2015)

Review by Steve Fouch CMF Head of Nursing. In May, the Government announced a move towards a fully seven days a week service in hospital and primary care. (1) This proposal sounds good in theory. Running GP surgeries seven days a week would increase equity of access and reduce...

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Freedom of conscience (triple helix - spring 2015)

At the end of March, the Nursing and Midwifery Council's (NMC) revised version of The Code: Professional standards of practice and behaviour for nurses and midwives came into effect. (1) Most of the changes are good – CMF was able to be very positive about much of the draft Code...

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Good news for the public square (triple helix - winter 2014)

Christian political and social involvement has a long and rich history, but leaves many believers today confused. Some churches' teaching and some secularists' campaigning have left many Christians asking if we should engage with the public square at all, let alone why and how we should. This theologically and...

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End of life care (triple helix - winter 2014)

A survey published by the Royal College of Nursing in early November (1) suggested that the large majority of nurses felt unable to give the right level of care consistently to dying patients. This frustration was laid at the door of poor staffing levels, inadequate resources and lack of training....

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CMF Responses to NMC Draft Code of Professional Conduct 2014 (11/08/2014)

Compared to the older 2008 code, this is much more detailed, includes (post Francis Report) a strong professional emphasis on compassion and care, integrity [clauses 92-100] a lot of specific...
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primary care in crisis (triple helix - summer 2014)

Steve Fouch reports on a crisis affecting the future of GP services in deprived urban and rural areas. What will happen if nearly 100 general practices in areas of urban and rural poverty close down within the next twelve months? The implications are deeply concerning – patients turning to other, already...

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