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Author Index - Steve Fouch

Steve Fouch is CMF's Head of Communications

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Where to go next with the Millennium Development Goals? (triple helix - Winter 2012)

Review by Steve Fouch - CMF Head of Allied Professions Ministries Health goals unlikely to be met With only two years left before they are supposed to be met, it looks like a mixed bag of results for the Millennium Development Goals(MDGs) The major goal of halving the number of...

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PRIME Calling (triple helix - Winter 2012)

John Caroe PRIME 2002 £5 Pb 60pp ISBN 978 0 95595 271 5 Written to convey the early years of PRIME (Partnerships in International Medical Education), PRIME Calling recounts briefly the early coming together of a group of Christian doctors in Sussex who wanted to'reconcile [their] professional responsibilities with [their]...

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Keeping Faith in Faith-Based Organizations (triple helix - Winter 2012)

A Practical Theology of Salvation Army Health Ministry Dean Pallant Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2012 £16.00 Pb 222pp ISBN-10: 1610979230 Dean Pallant, Head of International Health Services for the Salvation Army, looks at the place of faith-based organisations in providing health services in the developing world and asks...

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CNM, graduates and PRIME (CMF news - summer 2012)

Nurses: challenged and inspired The first nurses' summer school brought together a dozen Chrsitian nurses to wrestle with the theological and professional core of nursing. The event was held at Tyndale House in Cambridge, coordinated by the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics. CMF's John Wyatt led us through detailed...

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Industrial action and the Christian doctor (triple helix - summer 2012)

Review by Steve Fouch, CMF Head of Allied Professions Ministries Pension arrangements considered 'unfair and unnecessary' prompted the BMA to call its members out on the first industrial action since 1975. The walkout on 21 June followed a strong response to a recent ballot. (1) Public support for the strike...

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Four steps forward, five steps back (triple helix - spring 2012)

Review by Steve Fouch CMF Head of Allied Professions Ministries The last year has seen some significant changes relating to global major health problems. We saw that maternal mortality in the developing world was less than had been previously reported, (1) there were improvements in child health (2) and...

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Resistance fighter (triple helix - Christmas 2011)

This book is part autobiography and part an exploration of one of the great global issues of our time. The story outlines how Susie came to faith, and as a consequence gave up the promise of a career in dancing to become a nurse. That opened the doorway for her...

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Western complicity in global gender imbalance (triple helix - Christmas 2011)

Over twenty years ago, the Indian writer Amartya Sen wrote about the 'missing millions' of girls in India, speculating that a deeply entrenched bias towards boys rather than girls would lead to neglect of girl children that would compound the gender imbalance. (1) Twenty years later, there are regions of...

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Crisis in care? (triple helix - Christmas 2011)

The last few months have seen a series of reports from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) (1) and the Equalities and Human Rights Commission (2) showing that care for the elderly in our hospitals, care homes and even in people's own homes is falling far short of even the most...

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cmf file 45 (2011) - maternal & newborn health in the developing world ()

In many developed nations, pregnancy and childbirth are no longer widely considered hazardous for mother or infant in the way they were just a few generations ago. However, for the majority of the world's population this is not the case. Poverty, social attitudes and family structures, and a lack of...

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