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Author Index - Steve Fouch

Steve Fouch is CMF's Head of Communications

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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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NHS whistleblowers (triple helix - summer 2014)

Time for a change of attitude 'Learn to do right; seek justice. Defend the oppressed Take up the cause of the fatherless; plead the case of the widow.' (1) 'Speak the truth in love' (2) Why is it so hard to stand up and speak out against poor standards and bad practice in...

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Ensuring healthy lives for all (triple helix - spring 2014)

Primary healthcare is high on the post-2015 agenda Review by Steve Fouch, CMF Head of Nursing Last week the Sustainable Development Goals Open Working Group (SDG-OWG) on Health and Population Dynamics published its report (1) that will feed in to the Post-2105 development goal process. Its main points are that...

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State of the nation (triple helix - spring 2014)

The church needs to address physical health Review by Steve Fouch, CMF Head of Nursing The state of the nation's health is not good. Starting with a WHO report that predicted a global cancer epidemic (1), we then learnt that the number of people living in the UK with type...

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Faith matters in the global health agenda (triple helix - winter 2013)

Steve Fouch shows that while Christian churches and agencies play a huge role in global health, secular technocrats are leaving this out of future planning. Over the next two years the international community will be making key decisions about how the global agenda for development will be laid out. During...

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Universal Health Coverage (triple helix - winter 2013)

Is this the way forward? As international discussions move forward on the new round of global development goals due to come into effect after 2015, (1) the debate has become increasingly heated over the concept of Universal Health Coverage (UHC). (2) The principle – that everyone should have access to...

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Putting targets before patients (triple helix - winter 2013)

Failures of care suggest a deeper problem Review by Steve Fouch CMF Head of Allied Professions Ministries The recent report from the Care Quality Commission on Colchester General Hospital (1) adds to the depressing list of reports on failures in the NHS. This latest episode related to the falsification...

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CMF Response to the UN-NGLS Civil Society Consultation for the Secretary-General, General Assembly and OWG on SDGs on the Report of the High-level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda (Post-2015 HLP) (31/07/2013)

Introduction CMF appreciates the opportunity to engage with the UN-NGLS Civil Society consultation process. Our comments are focussed on the High Level Panel (Post-2015 HLP) report on the five transformational...
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