Our very own founder and director, Professor Neil Greenberg, is part of a team that has won an award at the Annual Military and Civilian Health Partnerships ceremony.
Professor Greenberg's military mental health research team (Academic Centre for Defence Mental Health) received the Mental Health Award at a ceremony in Cardiff for carrying out research into the mental health of troops serving in hazardous environments like Iraq and Afghanistan.
As a result of the research - often led by Professor Greenberg in the field - there have been significant improvements to the mental health and wellbeing for troops who are deployed.
Georgina Godden, March on Stress Business Development Manager, said: "Congratulations to the ACDMH on their award. We at March on Stress are, of course, very proud of Professor Greenberg's contribution to such worthwhile research that not only improves the lot of those serving HM Forces in these very difficult environments but also consistently increases our knowledge about mental health issues associated with those that work in harm's way. The more expert knowledge we have, of course, the more we can psychologically support all those who work in hazardous roles or locations."
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