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Obituaries

John Burslem (q Manchester 1968; d 11 November 2006) was a missionary with Interserve.

Philip Clements (q King's College Hospital 1943; d Christmas 2005) worked in public health in Wiltshire.

Wesley Finegan (q Belfast 1978; d 20 January 2007) was a consultant in palliative medicine in Dundee and was diagnosed with cancer in 1994. CMF stocks his books Trust Me – I'm a Cancer Patient (2004) and Being a Cancer Patient's Carer (2005).

Sidney Hamilton (q Cambridge and The London Hospital 1937, d 10 July 2006) was a GP in south London who cared for his wife Anne, a fellow GP, for 25 years after she was paralysed by polio in 1953.

George Hudson (q Manchester 1949; d 26 October 2006) was Emeritus Professor of Haematology at the University of Sheffield and had been regional postgraduate dean.

Stephen Moore (q Oxford 1979; d weekend 5/6 August 2006) was a GP in Essex.

Gordon Oakshott (q Leeds 1952; d 7 December 2006) became a GP and later a clinical research fellow at the medical physics and bioengineering research unit at Doncaster Royal Infirmary.

Murray Philip (q Edinburgh 1945; d March 2006). Murray went to a leprosy colony in Nigeria in 1950. In 1968 he became a GP principal in Catrine, Mauchline. 'He always had the interests of his patients at heart.'

Robina Sealey (q Birmingham 1959; d 22 January 2007) specialised in paediatrics and had been RMO at The Children's Hospital, Birmingham.

Michael Varnam (q The London Hospital 1967; d 29 April 2006) was an innovative academic GP, latterly in inner city Nottingham. He died of cancer having just delivered a few hours earlier, with the help of his son, the 2006 Rendle Short Lecture.

Micah Challenge - blow the whistle

With this mailing you should have received a postcard/flyer from Micah Challenge UK, a coalition CMF belongs to. It invites prayer and offers a lobbying option about Britain fulfilling the Millennium Development Goals.

Regional CMF meetings

See www.cmf.org.uk/fellowship for information about local groups

Congratulations

Francesca Elloway - OBE for serving the Democratic Republic of Congo

Chris Lavy – OBE for orthopaedic care in Africa

Malcolm Molyneux – OBE for tropical diseases work in Malawi

Elizabeth Molyneux – OBE for paediatrics in Malawi

Molly Pont – OBE for services in Quetta, Pakistan

Michael Cotton – Inaugural honorary Professor of Clinical Practice, University of Science and Technology, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

Susan Hamilton – MRCPsych

Katherine Hill – FFPH

Sophie Lamb - MRCP

Please let us know about awards, appointments, or postgraduate qualifications

Outgoing

Andrene Hamilton (Edinburgh) to Thailand

Juliana Jermigan (Brazil) to Ghana

Anne Stearn (Edinburgh) to Thailand

Homecoming

Rosemary Brown (Westminster) from Kenya

Maeve Jinks (Newcastle) from Bangladesh

Andrew Lephard from Cameroon

Andrew Perkins (Royal Free) from Mali

Maureen Stevenson (Belfast) from Malawi

Philip Storey (Edinburgh) from Ghana

Alison Wilkinson (Edinburgh) from Kenya

Change of address abroad

Hannah Faal (UCH) from Gambia to Ghana

Ron Halbrooks (USA) from Thailand to USA

Paul Saunderson (Cambridge) from USA to Norway

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