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Veterans' Mental Health 2019 - Evidence, Innovation and Practice

The King's Centre for Military Health Research regret to announce that tickets have now sold out for the upcoming 2019 Veterans' Mental Health Conference: Evidence Innovation and Practice. Should you wish to have your name added to a reserve list, please email veterans-conference@kcl.ac.uk with your details. We are unable to say if any further tickets will become available.

The conference takes place on Thursday 14 March 2019 in the Great Hall at the Strand Campus in central London, commencing at 9.30am, and will see speakers from Tel Aviv University, the George W Bush Institute, Combat Stress, BBC and NHS.

This conference is again kindly sponsored by the Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT), together with Combat Stress and the National Lottery.

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Booking & Registration 

Standard Ticket is £99 and includes all refreshments, lunch, drinks, canapé reception, free WiFi and a certificate of attendance.

Concessionary tickets are available to any Cobseo registered charity. Only two tickets are available per charity organisation. Each ticket is available at the subsidised price of £49.50. If you believe your organisation is eligible, please contact the veterans-conference@kcl.ac.uk email address with your charity's name and the names of your two nominated delegates. Concessionary tickets are made available thanks to our kind sponsors the Forces in Mind Trust. 


Events Contact & Website

For more information, please email: veterans-conference@kcl.ac.uk

A dedicated website for the 2019 conference can be found at: https://www.kcmhr.org/vmhc2019/index.html


Poster Competition 


Guests attending on the day are invited to vote in the peoples' choice category of our poster competition. Poster entrants will be eligible to win one of three £75.00 poster prizes (a FiMT affiliated study prize, an overall winner, and a people's choice winner). 

Posters can be viewed over lunch and during the afternoon tea break. There will be at least one author in attendance per poster. 

     

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