Individual Partner:  Chris Sugden

Preferred contact:  csugden@ocrpl.org

Brief Description of Work:  Resident in Oxford. Leader of Research for the Ph D programme of the Oxford Centre for Religion and Public Life in partnership with Stellenbosch University and the University of Pretoria South Africa – studies in religion, theology and public life. Regular contributor to the Church of England Newspaper and Evangelicals Now (monthly column). Co-Editor of Mission as Transformation (Regnum, Oxford  1999) and author of Seeking the Asian Face of Jesus ( Regnum Oxford 1997) and Good News for the Poor (co-authored with Vinay Samuel), (Grove Books Nottingham 2021). Manager of the website Talking about Dying www.talkingaboutdying.org.uk

Key Words: Resident in: UK,Other/[please specify];

Working in: UK, Other/[please specify];

Area(s) of Interest in VBP:Communications/website, Communications/other/[please specify],Education,Management, Meeting/ASS (Advanced Studies Seminar),Meeting/other/[please specify],Policy/Commissioning,Policy/other/[please specify],Publications/CUP series, Publications/other/[please specify], Research/philosophy,Research/other/[please specify],Services/person-centered,Services/teamwork,Services/other/[please specify], Other/[please specify];

Related Area(s) of Interest:Communication skills,Decision theory, Evidence-based practice,Ethics,Health economics,Medical humanities/[please specify, eg art, literature, etc],Regulation,Law,Other/[please specify];

Area(s) of healthcare expertise: Child Health, Carer, Complementary medicine/osteopathy,Complementary medicine/other/[please specify],Global health,Mental health/General,Mental health/other/[please specify],Nursing,Primary care,Service user,Social care, Surgery,Well-being,Other/[please specify]

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