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Author Index - Andrew Fergusson

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Healed, restored, forgiven (Book Review) (triple helix - winter 2005)

In 2000, the Church of England produced its monumental report A Time to Heal. This book draws from that report, and is a valuable collection of material for use in connection with healing prayer. It is a resource not just for Anglicans but for all Christians everywhere. There are sets...

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Bioethics sans Boundaries (nucleus - summer 2004)

I suspect Nucleus readers would endorse the concepts of the group Médecins Sans Frontières (doctors without borders) who take clinical care into war zones and advance arguments into political places where advocates have hitherto feared to tread. But do we go along with what I am here christening 'bioethics sans...

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See Zurich and die? - Reality TV crosses new boundaries (triple helix - spring 2003)

On 20 January a British man with advanced motor neurone disease ended his life in Switzerland with the help of a group called Dignitas. Reginald Crew aged 74, a retired car worker from Liverpool, is thought to be the second such Briton to visit this controversial 'clinic' in Zurich. His...

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Men of Issachar -The 2001 Rendle Short Lecture (triple helix - autumn 2001)

Andrew Fergusson's challenge from the 2001 CMF National Conference 'Men of Issachar, who understood the times and knew what Israel should do'.[1] We first hear of Issachar in Genesis 30:18 as the fifth son of Leah, the older of Laban's two daughters. She 'had weak eyes' [2] and although Jacob preferred...

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The Human Rights Act and PVS - Not a blind bit of difference (triple helix - winter 2001)

The Human Rights Act 1998 came into force in England, Wales and Northern Ireland on 2 October 2000, having had effect in Scotland before. Article 2 states: 'Everyone's right to life shall be protected by law. No one shall be deprived of his life intentionally...' and then makes well-recognised exceptions...

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Hallmarks for Healthcare (triple helix - autumn 2000)

And behold, a lawyer stood up to put him to the test, saying, 'Teacher, what shall I do to inherit eternal life?' He said to him, 'What is written in the law? How do you read?' And he answered, 'You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart,...

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Appraisal, Governance, Revalidation: Nothing but Aggro? (triple helix - summer 2000)

Every doctor in the UK is about to face unprecedented quality control under the processes in the title. What's going on? And how should Christians respond? Clinical governance is about quality in institutions and was recently defined [1] as 'a framework through which NHS organisations are accountable for the quality...

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Acupuncture - a Christian assessment (nucleus - winter 1999)

Most Nucleus readers will have come across acupuncture. Perhaps a consultant anaesthetist was using it occasionally in a pain clinic you sat in on, and there did not appear to be any obvious 'spiritual' activity going on. Perhaps you've seen the charts of meridians in a local 'health' shop, alongside...

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Editorial: 'Health for all by the year 2000' (triple helix - autumn 1999)

In September 1978 representatives of 134 nations met under the auspices of WHO and UNICEF at Alma Ata in the south east corner of the then Soviet Union, near the Chinese border, and drafted a document which has become known as the Alma Ata Declaration. Its message was 'Health for...

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Editorial: premillennial tension (triple helix - winter 1998)

Receiving her BAFTA award as Best Female Actress (for her role as Queen Victoria in Mrs Brown) Dame Judi Dench quoted: 'The past is history The future is mystery The present is a gift - Which is why it is called 'the Present' As this last year before the new millennium begins, there is perhaps...

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