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Supporting the commitment to advance veteran mental health

We aim to conduct high quality robust research to ensure we are delivering the best possible services for our veterans, in line with our values. The research department is led by Professor Dominic Murphy and we are committed to publishing our research as part of our commitment to contribute to the advancement of the veteran mental health field. We work closely with Kings Centre for Military Health Research at Kings College, London to ensure our research is of the highest standards.

To celebrate the work we have achieved since the department was formed, and to reflect on future areas of research we recently published a research summary, to download the report click here.

Click here to find out who our Research Partners are

Our latest research

Moral injury and the need to carry out ethically responsible research

2020

Exploring the Facilitation of Successfully Completing Treatment within a Residential Setting with Veterans Diagnosed with PTSD. 2020.

2020

Confidentiality and psychological treatment of moral injury: the elephant in the room. 2020.

2020

The Living Archive

The Living Archive is made up of powerful first person accounts from veterans which will be stored for future reference to help encourage understanding of military trauma.

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