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Of course, nursing needs ‘compassion’

New nurses should be judged on their compassion not just their skills, according to Sir Keith Pearson, chairman of the NHS Confederation. He’s been addressing the Royal College of Nursing’s (RCN) annual conference in Harrogate, and is one of the authors of a critical report into standards of care […]


REVIEW: John Stott – Serving Christ in Medicine

When I was student secretary of ICMDA I looked back to the life-changing days I spent at the ICMDA World Congress in Durban, South Africa in 1998 as a 4th year medical student. Combining excellent international Bible teaching and medical seminars with a mix of […]

Keeping faith with HIV

Religious, secular, governmental and international bodies came together at Lambeth Palace this week to discuss the impact and relevance of faith based responses to HIV and AIDS. In the face of an ongoing financial meltdown in the West, and collapsing economies in many developing nations, […]


Sir Michael Caine’s report of his father’s death is an opportunity to educate the public about what good palliative care can achieve

Sir Michael Caine (pictured) has revealed how he asked a doctor to help his terminally ill father to die. Maurice Micklewhite, a Billingsgate fish market porter, apparently died in hospital at the age of 56 in 1955 after suffering from liver cancer. Sir Michael told […]

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