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New volunteers

Associates, Deep:ER and others

It's a blessing to introduce Sue Holcombe who is joining us one day a week as CMF Whole Life Faith Associate (following on from the theme of our National Conference this year). Sue is passionate about inspiring and encouraging Christian doctors, nurses and midwives to discover the joy of living for, with, and like Jesus in the midst of our everyday - in the whole of life, not just at church on Sundays. You'll be hearing and seeing more from Sue at CMF events.

'I'm married to Chris (a surgeon), mother of four and grandmother to seven. I trained as a nurse some years ago and am currently an advanced breast nurse practitioner working intermittently in the Royal Liverpool Hospital. I am thrilled to be working with CMF and look forward to meeting many of you either face to face or Zooming in the future.'


We are also delighted to introduce Dr Karen Flood who is joining us one day a week as CMF Workplace Associate to develop, grow, support, and resource Christian workplace healthcare groups in UK and Ireland, so that Christians in healthcare can be united and equipped to live and speak for Jesus Christ; to be a blessing to colleagues and patients for the glory of God.

'I am a Consultant Vascular Interventional Radiologist based in Leeds, with a huge passion for workplace ministry. Having helped set up a Christian NHS Network in Leeds Teaching Hospitals, I have joined the CMF team as a volunteer to help set up and support similar networks across the UK and Ireland. The aim of workplace groups is to support and encourage other Christians in the workplace.'


New Deep:ER Fellows

Eleanor Sture: My name is Eleanor (Elle) Sture and this year I am a Deep:ER Fellow in the Public Policy department. I am also intercalating in Primary Care at the University of Edinburgh. I am most looking forward to learning more about end-of-life issues and how I can serve God in a healthcare environment.


Toyosi Atoyebi: This year I'll be doing an MSc in Critical Care at Queen Mary (Barts and the London) as I have an interest in anaesthetics. My Deep:ER project this year will be in the Student team and will involve helping with organisation and promotion of CMF student ministry. I really look forward to working with the fantastic team and taking time to learn more about using my faith in the workplace. I look forward to increasing my understanding of the Bible through the teaching, Bible studies, and morning fellowship.


Amina Kaloko: This year I'll be intercalating in Biomedical Engineering at Imperial College London, as I have a keen interest in medical technology and believe it will revolutionise medicine. I'll be working with the Global department at CMF, helping develop and deliver a student seminar titled 'Western Saviours', engaging people in discussion about power dynamics that exist in cross-cultural mission work, as well as the effects of colonialism on mission. I think this is an important conversation that everyone interested in mission should engage in. I'm thrilled to be a Deep:ER Fellow this year, and I'm so excited to learn and be surrounded by those involved in the work of CMF.


Other new volunteers

Introducing our newly appointed CMF Psychiatry Link, Dr Angharad Gray. Herefordshire-based Angharad shares CMF's vision to establish and grow a thriving psychiatry network of Christian doctors and nurses in the UK and Ireland, for the glory of our Lord Jesus Christ in healthcare and our wider society. Angharad is very much looking forward to working purposefully and in a voluntary capacity to support CMF in its mission; bringing to this role an intent to lead in a transformational way that is Christ-centred, compassionate, values-driven, and servant-hearted.

CMF specialty networks are very important in uniting and equipping Christian healthcare workers, through connection, influence and having a voice at college and national level. A CMF specialty link plays a valuable role in taking the lead in this work.

Please contact felicia.wong@cmf.org.uk to find out more.


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