‘My father’s genetic influence has always been very much a part of who I am. It has shaped the physical way I look; influenced the way I view the world; affected the way I address problem-solving and coloured the way I assess what is important to … [Read more...]
CMF member Dr Victoria Parsonson spent two weeks last Summer at the Developing Health Course - run by CMF's International Ministries department. A few thousand miles away and one year later, the skills she picked up have proven to be more than … [Read more...]
BBC Radio Four led on the Syrian massacre this morning describing it in graphic terms as the ‘deliberate mass killing of children’ who ’were murdered one by one’. The story was also one of the top three on the BBC website earlier … [Read more...]
What’s wrong with the General Medical Council’s draft guidance on ‘Personal Beliefs and Medical Practice’?
The General Medical Council (GMC) is currently consulting on a range of new guidance to doctors. Overall there are no less than nine separate documents up for discussion. The most contentious and controversial of these is ‘Personal … [Read more...]
The World Health Assembly in Geneva comes to an end today, after a relatively uneventful few days. The WHA is the strategy setting body for the World Health Organisation, and so its decisions affect the global health priorities of the world for the … [Read more...]