King's Centre for Military Health Research
The King's Centre for Military Health Research (KCMHR) is a joint initiative of the Institute of Psychiatry and the Department of War Studies at King's College London.
The Centre is co-directed by Professor Simon Wessely Professor Nicola Fear and Emeritus Professor Christopher Dandeker.
The Centre draws on the experience of a multidisciplinary team with a wide range of research portfolios. The aim of the Centre is to produce relevant scientific research at the highest level. The Centre offers an MSc in War and Psychiatry.
KCMHR is the lead on an ESRC-funded project, in partnership with the UK National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) and the Aberdeen Centre for Trauma Research, Robert Gordon Universityon British public attitudes towards the military in light of the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts. Project findings received a very wide audience as they were published as part of the2011 British Social Attitudes Survey . KCMHR has made a significant impact on UK military health and personnel policy.
The King's Centre for Military Health Research website contains detailed information about the aims and objectives of the Centre and current research projects as well as a comprehensive publications page.