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Steve Fouch

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Steve Fouch is CMF Head of Communications, and was formerly the CMF Head of Nursing. He has worked in community nursing, HIV & AIDS and palliative care. He serves on the International board of Nurses Christian Fellowship International.
Steve Fouch

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Assisted suicide, the Royal College and the myth of neutrality

Honesty is never seen sitting astride the fence. Lemuel K. Washburn It is a very British thing to not been seen to take sides and be impartial and balanced, listening to both sides. But there comes a point when the talking is done and to […]

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A good day to bury bad news? New CANH guidance released by BMA

When Jo Moore infamously sent a memo saying in effect that 11 September 2001 was a good day to bury bad news, she inadvertently lifted the veil on a time honoured practice of releasing news and reports in the midst of major national or world […]

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Christian doctors unite worldwide to challenge WMA on conscience rights

The International Christian Medical and Dental Association (ICMDA) has called on the World Medical Association (WMA) to protect doctors’ conscience rights on abortion and euthanasia.   ICMDA, which unites national associations of doctors and dentists in over 80 countries, was responding to a move by […]

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Happy Birthday NHS: Let’s not let a national good become a national god

Today (5 July 2018) marks seventy years since the world’s first, free-at-the-point of delivery, universal access, national healthcare system was launched. Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) has become so much a part of the fabric of British life and culture in those seven decades that […]

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NHS crisis – the role of the extended family

Discontent with the current state of the NHS, and in particular with its funding, has rumbled on with marches at the weekend; yet more proposals for a ‘hypothecated NHS tax’ to raise funds (and the counter arguments); pledges that more is being given than ever before, […]