The best way to develop collaborative research with us is to become part of the team.
We have successfully worked with several people to develop research grants, particularly to support PhD applications and/or Training Fellowships.
We have had many members of the team who have joined us in this way carrying out research on subjects including:
- Women in the Armed Forces
- Veterans and Resettlement
- The social impact of deployment and veterans
We are always happy to discuss options
We encourage people interested to get in touch with us as soon as possible. This is the only way in which we are able to support projects that involve making new contacts with any of our study participants.
For anyone wishing to access our data sets or resources
KCMHR's mission is to carry out research and then make it public, so others can benefit. In practice, the accepted way for this to happen is by publishing papers in a peer reviewed journal.
Simply obtaining a higher degree is not sufficient and by itself does not achieve our goal. It is therefore a condition of any collaboration that involves accessing our data or using our time and expertise that the final result must be a paper published in a scientific journal.
We will also insist on a written guarantee from the person and their supervisor (if that is not us) that any project will not end when the person has submitted their thesis/project, but only when a paper has been accepted in a peer reviewed journal.
Another way is to come to study at King's
There are numerous relevant MSc and MA courses here, both full-time and part-time including: our own MSc in War and Psychiatry, an MSc in Mental Health Studies and an MSc in Psychiatric Research, as well as many others across the health sciences.
If you are a serving member of the military
ADMMH staff may well be able to provide advice or support for defence research projects which fall within our area of expertise. Please get in touch with the ADMMH team to discuss your ideas.
Meeting the conditions above will assist us in providing support to your research