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TRiM and related research


A number of journal articles have been published about the use and effectiveness of TRiM. A list of these can be found below, together with the link to the full article.

Many of these articles feature March on Stress Director and King's College Professor, Neil Greenberg. As an expert in the field of post- traumatic stress disorder, operational and occupational stress, trauma risk management and military mental health, Neil has written extensively on trauma, and mental health in the workplace.

For a full list of his published work via King's College, please follow this link to access the King's research portal.

For additional links to useful journal articles and research, and websites, please click here to visit our ‘other links’ page.


Peer support after exposure to trauma: an evaluation

Immediate management of acute psychological trauma in conflict zones


Psychological peer support for staff: implementing the Trauma Risk Management model in a hospital setting

An evaluation of REACTMH mental health training for healthcare supervisors (REACTMH is included in March on Stress TRiM training)


The presence of psychological trauma symptoms in resuscitation providers and an exploration of debriefing practices

Key learning points: NICE post-traumatic stress disorder

Managing traumatic stress in the workplace


Traumatic stress within disaster-exposed occupations: overview of the literature and suggestions for the management of traumatic stress in the workplace

Psychological resilience and post-traumatic growth in disaster-exposed organisations: overview of the literature


Workplace mental health training for managers and its effect on sick leave in employees: a cluster randomised controlled trial

Trauma Risk Management (TRiM): Promoting Help Seeking for Mental Health Problems Among Combat-Exposed U.K. Military Personnel

Social and occupational factors associated with psychological wellbeing among occupational groups affected by disaster: a systematic review

Stigma-related barriers and facilitators to help seeking for mental health issues in the armed forces: a systematic review and thematic synthesis of qualitative literature


Attitudes towards mental health and help seeking in railway workers

Promoting organisational well-being: a comprehensive review of Trauma Risk Management

Latest developments in post-traumatic stress disorder: diagnosis and treatment

Potential mental health consequences for Ebola health workers


Stigma as a Barrier to Seeking Health Care Among Military Personnel With Mental Health Problems


The Health and Well-Being of Private Contractors Working in Conflict Environments (RAND research)

Corporate Knowledge of Psychiatric Services Available in a Combat Zone

TRiM: an organizational response to traumatic events in Cumbria Constabulary


The Acceptability of Trauma Risk Management within the UK Armed Forces

Managing Traumatic Stress at Work (PDF of article from Occupational Health at Work, Vol 7, Issue 5)


A Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial to Determine the Efficacy of Trauma Risk Management (TRiM) in a Military Population


Psychological risk assessment following the terrorist attacks in New York in 2001

NHS Emergency Planning Guidance - Planning for the psychosocial and mental health care of people affected by major incidents and disasters: Interim national strategic guidance

Psychological impact upon London Ambulance Service of the 2005 bombings


Trauma Risk Management (TRiM) in the UK Armed Forces


Stigma and the Military: Evaluation of a PTSD Psychoeducational Program


How to TRiM away at Post Traumatic Stress Reactions: Traumatic Risk Management – Now and in the Future

Soldier Peer Mentoring Care and Support: Bringing Psychological Awareness to the Front


Peer-group risk assessment: a post-traumatic management strategy for hierarchical organisations

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  • • The TRiM approach is fully consistent with the traumatic stress management guidance issued by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)
  • • March on Stress is the leading provider of TRiM training, all of our work is backed by the latest research

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