E 106 Medical Vocation and Generation X (1997)

The rejection of traditional patterns of commitment by a new generation, together with a growing suspicion of the medical 'expert', have combined to threaten the future of the medical profession as it has been.

This study explores new possible understandings of the doctor-patient relationship and offers a rediscovery of the concept of vocation to offer a way forward.
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Author: Revd Dr Robert Innes

Robert Innes has, for the last 9 years, been Bishop of the Diocese in Europe, based in Brussels with a congregation in Kyiv and a chaplaincy in Moscow. He is chair of the Church of England’s Faith and Order Commission, the President of the Council of St John’s College, Durham, the Co-Chair of the Reuilly Conversations between the Anglican and French Protestant Churches and a member of the Clergy Discipline Commission. He is married to Helen, and they have four grown-up children and four grandchildren.

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