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Author Index - Steve Fouch

Steve Fouch is CMF's Head of Communications

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AIDS: I'm Not at Risk, Am I? (triple helix - summer 2009)

Now in its third imprint, the Thomas's book was written to answer the many questions and concerns they have responded to in the course of two decades of ministry around the world. Aimed at the lay reader, including the worried well, the bereaved, those living with HIV and AIDS, and...

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Pictures in AIDUcation (triple helix - summer 2009)

The author writes from two decades' experience responding to the AIDS crisis in his native Zambia, in Botswana, and most recently in the UK. During that time, as well as caring for and treating affected individuals and families, he has also been actively developing a strategy for educating whole communities...

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MDG 6 - HIV, TB and malaria (triple helix - summer 2009)

key points The Millennium Development Goals are eight key commitments made by 192 member countries of the United Nations to address global poverty, with targets to be achieved by 2015. Three have an explicit health focus. Current achievements against specific targets are reviewed for HIV and AIDS, malaria, and TB...

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Spirituality in the NHS (triple helix - summer 2009)

The case of Caroline Petrie, a community nurse suspended for asking a patient if she wanted prayer, hit the headlines in January and created a national and international storm. (1) It prompted Bernadette Birtwhistle and others to table motions at the BMA ARM recognising the importance of spiritual care, (2)...

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Obama and global health (triple helix - Easter 2009)

Barack Obama's inauguration as US President has largely been seen around the world as positive, but what will it mean for global health? Two major breaks with previous policy have gone almost unnoticed. The first was the forced resignation (1) of Ambassador Mark Dybul, the controversial head of Bush's...

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Winning a care fight (triple helix - Christmas 2008)

In August 2004 CMF was approached by a member about a government consultation on denying access to primary care for failed asylum seekers. [1] This followed the Department of Health ruling in April 2004 that those classed as 'not lawfully resident' in the UK, including vulnerable migrant groups such as...

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Allied Professions (CMF news - summer 2008)

Nurses Christian Fellowship International (NCFI) In April the European Committee (which I chair) met in Cluj-Napoca, Romania at the invitation of a group of Christian nurses in Cluj seeking to form a national fellowship. To further that end, they had agreed to host the 2010 NCFI European Regional Congress, held...

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A perfect storm - Micah's challenge about justice in global health (triple helix - summer 2008)

In her opening address to the World Health Assembly in May,[1] Margaret Chan warned that five converging factors were leading to 'a perfect storm' of a global health crisis: global food price inflation; environmental degradation; the potential for another influenza pandemic; the spread to developing countries of the chronic diseases...

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Allied professions (CMF news - spring 2008)

Christian Therapists' Network (CTN); Christian Nurses and Midwives (CNM) 2007 was a relatively quiet if eventful year. One key change was that CTN underwent a major change of leadership, as Zillah Whitehouse, its founder and co-ordinator for the past seven years, stepped back while many other longstanding Council members stepped...

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Transforming Care - A Christian Vision of Nursing Practice (Book Review) (triple helix - autumn 2007)

This book explores the distinctives that Christians bring to their professional practice. Starting with theological perspectives on nursing practice, personhood, health and healing, the authors explore the values and interpersonal ethics that underpin a consistent Christian ethic of nursing. They go on to look at how these values are worked...

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