Conflict and Health Research Group

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    United Kingdom

Organisation profile

Organisation profile

The Conflict & Health Research group (CHRG) is a unique research collaboration that brings together members from across King’s College London and King’s Health Partners with global collaborations ranging from international NGO to the security sector. The CHRG, co-chaired by Professors Pretti Patel (Security Studies) and Richard Sullivan (Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine), is one of the largest global groupings combining cross-faculty academic disciplines in international relations, security studies, economics, alongside a comprehensive suite of clinical expertise in conflict and health. 

The relationships between security (covering human, national and international perspectives) and conflict is a key determinant of health, especially in fragile and conflict affected States. The CHRG works on a wide range of historical and contemporary conflict, security and health programmes with direct links to policy and practise. Our faculty work at the highest level from UK’s SAGE through to UN and WHO drawing on practical experience from policy-making to clinical practise.


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