Understanding ‘Negative Transitioning’ in British Ex-Service Personnel: End-of-Award Report

Publisher: Forces in Mind Trust

Experiences of Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse among Civilian Partners of UK Military Personnel: Perceptions of the Impact of Military Life and Experiences of Help-seeking and Support

This report explores the unique experiences of and challenges faced by civilian victim-survivors of abuse occurring within intimate relationships with military or ex-military personnel. The research centres on discussions around …

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Lifting Our Sights Beyond 2030

This report explores the impact of future trends on the transition of Service personnel and families from military to civilian life.

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The Health and Wellbeing of Armed Forces Veterans in Northern Ireland: A Feasibility Study on Accessing Data for Research Purposes on Veterans in Northern Ireland

This report details work that is part of the Northern Ireland Veterans Health and Wellbeing Study (NIVHWS). This feasibility study discusses accessing data on veterans for research purposes in Northern …

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“Fall Out”: Substance misuse and service leavers: a qualitative investigation into the impact of a Compulsory Drug Test (CDT) discharge. Briefing Report

This briefing report accompanies the full report, available to read here. The Fall Out study, through qualitative enquiry, maps participant journeys in, through and out of military service and explores …

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“Fall Out”: Substance misuse and service leavers: a qualitative investigation into the impact of a Compulsory Drug Test (CDT) discharge

The Fall Out study, through qualitative enquiry, maps participant journeys in, through and out of military service and explores their discharge and transition experiences. It provides clear recommendations for the …

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The evolution of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in the UK Armed Forces: Traumatic exposures in Iraq & Afghanistan and responses of distress (TRIAD study)

This report details a study to examine how symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder evolve over time, to identify vulnerability and protective factors that impact on symptoms and to explore post-service …

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Lifting Our Sights

This report gives a perspective on the potential impact of future trends on the transition of our Armed Forces community from military to civilian life.

Forces in Mind Trust 2019 Impact Report

This report details the impact of FiMT-funded research and projects for the benefit of the Armed Forces community, including case studies to demonstrate impact.

Understanding Service Leavers Aged 50+

This report explores the experiences of Service leavers, including their challenges and experiences in the  civilian jobs market, who are over 50 years old.

Call to Mind: United Kingdom

This report details the common themes and findings from the Reviews of Veterans’ and their Families’ Mental and Related Health Needs in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

Female Service Leavers and Employment

This report examines the transition female Service Leavers make from the Armed Forces into civilian paid employment. A shorter brief on the research for employers is also available.

Benefit Not Burden (UK)

This report details a piece of research that explores how to improve the delivery of organisational pledges made under the Armed Forces Covenant.

Call to Mind: Wales

This report provides the findings from a review of the mental and related health needs of veterans and family members in Wales.

Call to Mind: United Kingdom

This report explores common issues in meeting the mental and related health needs of veterans and their families.