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Discover how people prepare themselves for conflict and protect themselves from extreme stress. Then explore how to resolve the resulting psychological disorders.
Whether you’ve studied psychology, nursing, or history, our multidisciplinary and multinational course will help you explore pressing issues across the field of war, conflict, and terrorism.
The course information sheet is a printable version of the information on this web page, which you can download here.
Hear from expert researchers and guest speakers in the military, emergency services, and counter-terrorism
Roots dating back to 1916 when Maudsley Hospital opened to treat shell-shocked soldiers
Develop specialist knowledge to inform your career – whether that’s clinical, academic, military, or charity
Discoveries from the world-leading King’s Centre for Military Health Research feed into the course
Through a mixture of lectures, seminars, and tutorials, our award-winning teaching team cover methodological, ethical, historical, medical, cultural, and empirical aspects of military psychiatry.
We’ve designed four modules to introduce you to the field, explain advanced concepts and help you understand the impact of extreme trauma on civilians.