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An exciting and useful website from Dr Graham Cable delves into the topic of transition and offers resources to support individuals to take charge of their own transition. The website is packed full of […]
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Ten years ago our understanding of veteran issues and the problems faced by those former service personnel involved with the Criminal Justice […]
Kristina Fleuty wrote a new post, Call For Research Participants – Hearing Loss Study 4 months ago
This research has put out a call for participants. It is not solely veteran or Armed Forces focused but it may be of interest to members of our community. Further information in the poster below and click here to […]
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The challenges faced by women in the UK Armed Forces are being considered by the country’s Defence Select Committee, which has launched an inquiry examining issues from recruitment to transition. As a sig […]
Children with a parent, step-parent or parents serving in the British armed forces are often considered as a single cohort, and either in terms of risk or of resilience (e.g. NATO, 2019; Ofsted, 2011; Rowe et […]
The Royal College of Physicians have made available a website of information and resources for those wanting to develop their skills in medical and healthcare research.
Although not solely aimed at researchers […]
Kristina Fleuty started the topic Book Corner Suggestion: ‘Mum’s Army’ Love and Adventure in the forum Book Corner 4 months, 2 weeks ago
We’ve had an excellent book corner suggestion from Dr Jim McDermott. This sounds an interesting read and thanks for the recommendation Jim!
‘Mum’s Army’ Love and Adventure from the NAAFI to Civvy Street by Winifred Phillips (2013)
Simon and Schuster UK Ltd. ISBN 13579108642.
Jim writes: “Mum’s Army records the early life and full mi…[Read more]
With the majority of Australian Defence Force members in a relationship how families experience Defence life matters – not just to families but also the ADF. So it’s with interest that I look at the data from the […]
Congratulations! Lovely to hear from you again. I echo what Jim said and look forward to reading your thesis. You are welcome to send your blog post directly to me if you like: firstname.lastname@example.org – excellent, we are always really keen to receive guest posts for the blog.
We’ve had a great recommendation from Professor Mike Almond who was alerted to Jessica Meyer’s book ‘An Equal Burden’, which explores the history of the men of the Royal Army Medical Corps in the First World War.
Mike was also informed that the book is available to read online for free as an open access text and can be found here.
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This blog post was written by Nicholas Harrison for the Soldier On! website.
Could the group dynamic of heritage-oriented community projects benefit participants’ well-being?
Following publication of ‘The Art […]
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