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As we are all aware, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has led to a need for social distancing to help prevent the spread; for this reason we are holding this conference as a one-day live online event using Zoom.

This conference will be a one-day live Zoom conference

  • Event Date     :  Tuesday 22nd March 2022
  • Event Time     :  09:30 to 17:00
  • Event Venue   :  One Day Live Online Conference via Zoom


Moral injury has come to prominence as a framework to address occupational distress in a variety of settings including veteran, police and healthcare workers. 

St Andrew’s Healthcare are delighted to be co-hosting our 2nd International Moral Injury conference with the Crisis, Disaster and Trauma Section of the British Psychological Society on the 22nd March 2022. Moral injury is a type of trauma that manifests when people, ‘perpetrate, witness, fail to prevent or learn about acts that transgress deeply held moral beliefs’.   Moral injury can be very challenging to work with clinically, in both service users and colleagues.

This online event offers a range of oral presentations and interactive polls, led by some of the world’s leading researchers and practitioners in the field.  We have a series of clinically focused papers exploring whether moral injury should be a formal diagnosis, psychological formulation approaches, evidence based treatments and treatment innovations within the field. We also have a series of papers focused on moral injury for healthcare professionals / first responders, exploring systematic causes and solutions. Given the ongoing impact of national and international events, this particular series of papers are very much needed.

Our speakers are drawn from the UK, US and Canada.  Domestically, we have speakers from Kings College London, Oxford and Queen Mary college.   From the US & Canada, we have speakers from  a number of leading universities including Yale, Illinois, California and South Alabama, as well as the CEO of ‘Moral Injury in Healthcare’. Our speakers work with healthcare, police and military personnel and bring a wealth of experience and expertise.


Conference Flyer & Delegate Pack

Below you can download a copy of the conference flyer and the full conference delegate pack.

Moral Injury in Occupational Settings Flyer 22 v4.03.2022 2nd International Moral Injury Conference delegate pack v3

Who is this event of interest to?

The conference will be of interest to professionals and researchers working with populations who experience or who are at risk of experiencing moral injury. Attendance would be relevant to those with leadership responsibilities for promoting the wellbeing of these populations.

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Meet Our Speakers

Professor Neil Greenberg - Keynote Speaker

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Professor Neil Greenberg,

Professor of Defence Mental Health


Professor Neil Greenberg is an clinical and academic psychiatrist based at King’s College London UK. He is a specialist in adult, occupational and forensic psychiatry. Neil served in the United Kingdom Armed Forces for more than 23 years deploying as a psychiatrist and researcher to a number of hostile environments including Afghanistan and Iraq. At King’s, Neil is a senior member of the military mental health research team and a principal investigator within a nationally funded Health Protection Research Unit which investigates the psychological impacts of trauma on organisations. Neil also runs March on Stress ( which is a psychological health consultancy and also chairs the Royal College of Psychiatrists (RCP) Special Interest Group in Occupational Psychiatry as well as leading on the World Psychiatric Association’s Position Statement on Mental Health in the Workplace.

Neil studied medicine at Southampton University and graduated in 1993. He served as a general duties doctor in warships, submarines and with two Royal Marines Commando units. Whilst serving with the Royal Marines he completed his arctic warfare qualification and the All Arms Commando Course, earning the coveted Green Beret.

Neil provided psychological input for Foreign Office personnel after the events of September 11th 2001 and in Bali after 12th October 2002 bombings and has provided psychological input into the repatriation of UK nationals who have been kidnapped. He has also assisted with the aftermath management of number of other significant incidents including assisting the London Ambulance Service in the wake of the London Bombings in 2005 and oil workers after the 2013 In Amenas terrorist incident in Algeria. During the 2020/21 Covid-19 crisis, Neil was a member of the Public Health England expert reference panel and has, and continues to be an advisor for NHS People wellbeing/recovery team. He also established the mental health support plan at the London Nightingale Hospital in 2020.

In 2008 he was awarded the Gilbert Blane Medal by the Royal Navy for his work in supporting the health of Naval personnel through his research work. He also led the team that won a military-civilian partnership award in 2013 for carrying out research into the psychological health of troops who were deployed and was shortlisted for The RCP Psychiatrist of the Year in 2015. He was awarded an RCP Presidential Medal for his work with trauma and veterans in 2017 and he led the mental health team that won the RCP Team of the Year award for Working Age Adults in 2021.

Neil has published more than 300 scientific papers and book chapters and regularly presents to national and international audiences on matters concerning occupational mental health, the psychological health of Armed Forces personnel and the organisational management of traumatic stress. He has been the Secretary of the European Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, the President of the UK Psychological Trauma Society and Specialist Advisor to the House of Commons Defence Select Committee. He is the current Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Lead for Trauma and the Military is also a trustee with the Society of Occupational Medicine and a principal advisor for Hostage International. Neil was also part of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence team which produced the 2018 PTSD guidelines.

Research Interests

  • Occupational Mental Health
  • Military and Veterans Mental Health
  • Traumatic Stress Management
  • Disaster Mental Health
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Research Published

  1. Coleman SJ, Stevelink SAM, Hatch SL, Denny JA and Greenberg N. 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. Psychological Medicine, 2017 1-13.
  2. Osório C, Jones N, Jones E, Robbins I, Wessely S & Greenberg N. Combat Experiences and their Relationship to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Symptom Clusters in UK Military Personnel Deployed to Afghanistan. Behavioural Medicine. 1-10 | Published online: 10 Mar 2017
  3. Brooks SK, Dunn R, Amlôt  R, Rubin GJ & Greenberg N. Social and occupational factors associated with psychological wellbeing among occupational groups affected by disaster: a systematic review, Journal of Mental Health 2017.
  4. Rona RJ, Burdett H, Khondoker M, Chesnokov M, Green K, Pernet D, Jones N, Greenberg N, Wessely S, Fear NT. Post-deployment screening for mental disorders and tailored advice about help-seeking in the UK military: a cluster randomised controlled trial. The Lancet. Published online February 16, 2017
  5. Brooks SK, Greenberg N. Non-deployment factors affecting psychological wellbeing in military personnel: literature review. J Ment Health. 2017 Jan 28:1-11.
  6. Rubin GJ, Harper S, Diaz Williams P, Ostrom S, Bredbere S, Amlot R, Greenberg N (2016). How to support staff deploying on overseas humanitarian work: A qualitative analysis of responder views about the 2014/15 West African Ebola outbreaks. European Journal of Psychotraumatology 2016:7;30933
  7. Thandi G, Oram S, Verey A, N Greenberg N, Fear NT. Informal caregiving and intimate relationships: the experiences of spouses of UK military personnel. J R Army Med Corps doi:10.1136/jramc-2016-000679
  8. Diehle J, Brooks SK, Greenberg N. Veterans are not the only ones suffering from posttraumatic stress symptoms: what do we know about dependents' secondary traumatic stress? Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol. 2016 Oct 21.
  9. Murphy D, Palmer E, Westwood G, Busuttil W and Greenberg N. Do Alcohol Misuse, Service Utilisation, and Demographic Characteristics Differ between UK Veterans and Members of the General Public Attending an NHS General Hospital? J. Clin. Med. 2016, 5, 95
  10. Rona R, Burdett H, Bull S, Jones M, Jones N, Greenberg N, Wessely S, Fear N. Prevalence of PTSD and other mental disorders in UK service personnel by time since end of deployment: a meta-analysis. BMC Psychiatry 2016, 16 :333 (22 September 2016)
  11. Hunt EJF, Greenberg N and Jones N. Poor sleep after military deployment: associations with mental health difficulties. Occup Med (Lond) (2016). doi: 10.1093/occmed/kqw116. First published online: August 19, 2016
  12. Fear NT, Meek D, Cawkill P, Jones N, Greenberg N, Wessely S. The health of UK civilians deployed to Iraq. Eur J Public Health. 2016 Jul 24
  13. Head M, Goodwin L, Debell F, Greenberg N, Wessely S and Fear NT. Post-traumatic stress disorder and alcohol misuse: comorbidity in UK military personnel. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol. Aug 2016. DOI 10.1007/s00127-016-1177-8
  14. Greenberg N, Bull A, Wessely S. Chilcot: physical and mental legacy of Iraq war on UK service personnel. BMJ. 2016 Jul 12;354:i3842. doi: 10.1136/bmj.i3842. PubMed PMID: 27406139.
  15. Jones N, Campion B, Keeling M, Greenberg N. Cohesion, leadership, mental health stigmatisation and perceived barriers to care in UK military personnel. J Ment Health. 2016 Jun 20:1-9.
  16. Hoge CW; Yehuda R, Castro CA, McFarlane AC, Vermetten E, Jetly R; Koenen KC; Greenberg N; Shalev AY, Rauch SAM, Marmar CR, Rothbaum BO. Unintended Consequences of Changing the Definition of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in DSM-5 Critique and Call for Action. JAMA Psychiatry Published online May 25, 2016
  17. Brooks SK, Dunn R, Amlôt R, Greenberg N, Rubin GJ. Social and occupational factors associated with psychological distress and disorder among disaster responders: a systematic review. BMC Psychol. 2016 Apr 26;4(1):18. doi: 10.1186/s40359-016-0120-9.
  18. Kennedy I; Whybrow D; Jones N; Sharpley J and Greenberg N. A service evaluation of self-referral to military mental health teams. Occupational Medicine 2016;doi: 10.1093/occmed/kqw044
  19. Head M, Goodwin L, Debell F, Greenberg N, Wessely S, Fear NT. Post-traumatic stress disorder and alcohol misuse: comorbidity in UK military personnel. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol. 2016 Feb 10. 
  20. Burdett H, Fear NT, Jones N, Greenberg N, Wessely S, Rona RJ. Use of a two-phase process to identify possible cases of mental ill health in the UK military. Int J Methods Psychiatr Res. 2016 Jan 22. doi: 10.1002/mpr.1501. 
  21. Fertout M, Jones N, Keeling M, Greenberg N. Mental health stigmatisation in deployed UK Armed Forces: a principal components analysis. J R Army Med Corps. 2015 Dec;161 Suppl 1:i69-i76. doi: 10.1136/jramc-2015-000587.
  22. Thandi G, Tom D, Gould M, McKenna P and Greenberg N. Impact of a Single-Session of Havening. Health Science Journal. Online - November 2015:
  23. Banwell E, Greenberg N, Smith P, Jones N and Fertout M. What happens to the mental health of UK service personnel after they return home from Afghanistan? J R Army Med Corps. 2015 Oct 27. pii: jramc-2015-000425. doi: 10.1136/jramc-2015-000425. 
  24. Sage CA, Brooks SK, Jones N, Greenberg N. Attitudes towards mental health and help-seeking in railway workers. Occup Med (Lond). 2015 Oct 8. pii: kqv165. 
  25. Brooks SK, Dunn R, Sage CA, Amlôt R, Greenberg N, Rubin GJ. Risk and resilience factors affecting the psychological wellbeing of individuals deployed in humanitarian relief roles after a disaster. J Ment Health. 2015 Oct 9:1-29.
  26. Thandi G, Sundin J, Knight T, Jones M, Hull L, Jones N, Greenberg N, Rona RJ, Wessely S, Fear NT. Alcohol misuse in the United Kingdom Armed Forces: A longitudinal study. Drug Alcohol Depend. (2015),
  27. Bull S., Thandi, G., Keeling, M., Chesnokov, M., Greenberg, N., Jones, N., Rona, R., Hatch, S. (2015). Medical and welfare officers beliefs about post-deployment screening for mental health disorders in the UK Armed Forces: a qualitative study. BMC Public Health. 15:338.
  28. Sheriff RJ, Forbes HJ, Wessely SC, Greenberg N, Jones N, Fertout M, Harrison K, Fear NT.Risky driving among UK regular armed forces personnel: changes over time. BMJ Open. 2015 Sep 23;5(9):e008434. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2015-008434.
  29. Jones N and Greenberg N. The use of Threshold Assessment Grid triage (TAG-triage) in mental health assessment.J R Army Med Corps. 2015 Sep 18. pii: jramc-2015-000447. doi:10.1136/jramc-2015-000447. 
  30. Jones N, Keeling M, Thandi G, Greenberg N. Stigmatisation, perceived barriers to care, help seeking and the mental health of British Military personnel. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol. 2015 Dec;50(12):1873-83
  31. Whybrow D, Jones N, Evans C, Minshall D, Smith S and Greenberg N. The mental health of deployed UK maritime forces. Occup Environ Med . Occup Environ Med. 2016 Feb;73(2):75-82
  32. Thandi G, Sundin J, Dandeker C, Jones N, Greenberg N, Wessely S, Fear NT. Risk-taking behaviours among UK military reservists. Occup Med (Lond). 2015 Jul;65(5):413-6. doi: 10.1093/occmed/kqv057
  33. Dunn R, Brooks S, Rubin J and Greenberg N. Psychological impact of traumatic events: Guidance for trauma-exposed organisations. Occupational Health at Work 2015; 12(1): 17–21
  34. Greenberg Neil; Brooks Samantha; Dunn Rebecca. Latest developments in post-traumatic stress disorder: diagnosis and treatment. British Medical Bulletin 2015; Jun;114(1):147-55.
  35. Whybrow D, Jones N and Greenberg N. Promoting organizational well-being: a comprehensive review of Trauma Risk Management. Occup Med (Lond) (2015) 65 (4): 331-336.doi: 10.1093/occmed/kqv024
  36. Greenberg, N., 2015. Military and Disaster Psychiatry. In: James D. Wright (editor-in-chief). International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol 15. Oxford: Elsevier. pp. 495–500.
  37. Gould M, Meek D, Gibbs T, Sawford H, Wessely S, Greenberg N. What are the psychological effects of delivering and receiving "high-risk" survival resistance training? Mil Med. 2015 Feb;180(2):168-77
  38. Sharp ML, Fear NT, Rona RJ, Wessely S, Greenberg N, Jones N, Goodwin L. Stigma as a Barrier to Seeking Health Care Among Military Personnel With Mental Health Problems. Epidemiol Rev (2015) 37 (1): 144-162.doi: 10.1093/epirev/mxu012
  39. Greenberg N, Wessely S and Wykes T. Potential mental health consequences for workers in the Ebola regions of West Africa – a lesson for all challenging environments. J Ment Health, 2015; 24(1): 1–3.
  40. Goodwin L, Wessely S, Hotopf M, Jones M, Greenberg N, Rona RJ, Hull L, Fear NT. Are common mental disorders more prevalent in the UK serving military compared to the general working population?  Psychol Med. 2015 Jul;45(9):1881-91.
  41. Dunn R, Kemp V, Patel D, Williams R, Greenberg N. Deployment guidelines for diplomats: current policy and practice. Occup Med (Lond). 2015 Oct;65(7):535-41. doi: 10.1093/occmed/kqv095.
  42. Bakhshi S, Lynn-Nicholson R, Jones B, Amlôt R, Greenberg N, Rubin GJ. Responding to a Radiological Crisis: Experiences of British Foreign Office Staff in Japan After the Fukushima Nuclear Meltdown. Disaster Med Public Health Prep. 2014 Oct 10:1-7.
  43. Dunn R, Williams R, Kemp V, Patel D, Greenberg N. Systematic review: deployment length and the mental health of diplomats. Occup Med (Lond) (2015) 65 (1):32-38.
  44. Greenberg N. What’s so special about military veterans? International Psychiatry: 11;2;79-80. 2014
  45. Burdett H, Greenberg N, Fear NT and Jones N. The mental health of military veterans in the UK. International Psychiatry: 11;4;86-87. 2014
  46. Bergman BP, Burdett HJ & Greenberg N. Service Life and Beyond – Institution or Culture? RUSI Journal.  Published online: 04 Nov 2014.
  47. Parsloe L, Jones N, Fertout M, Luzon O, Greenberg N. Rest and recuperation in the UK Armed Forces Occupational Medicine 2014
  48. Vermetten E, Greenberg N, Boeschoten MA, Delahaije R, Jetly R, Castro CA and McFarlane AC. Deployment-related mental health support: comparative analysis of NATO and allied ISAF partners. European Journal of Psychotraumatology 2014, 5: 23732 -
  49. Hunt EJF, Wessely S, Jones N, Rona RJ and Greenberg N. The mental health of the UK Armed Forces: where facts meet fiction. European Journal of Psychotraumatology 2014, 5: 23617.
  50. Jones N, Fear NT, Rona R, Fertout M, Thandi G, Wessely S, Greenberg N. Mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) among UK military personnel whilst deployed in Afghanistan in 2011. Brain Inj. 2014;28(7):896-9.
  51. Macmanus D, Jones N, Wessely S, Fear NT, Jones E, Greenberg N. The mental health of the UK Armed Forces in the 21st century: resilience in the face of adversity. J R Army Med Corps. 2014 Feb 26. doi: 10.1136/jramc-2013-000213.
  52. Jones N, Twardzicki M, Ryan J, Jackson T, Fertout M, Henderson C and Greenberg N. Modifying attitudes to mental health using comedy as a delivery medium. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. April 2014
  53. Sundin J, Herrell RK, Hoge CW, Fear NT, Adler AB, Greenberg N, Riviere LA, Thomas JL, Wessely S, Bliese PD. Mental health outcomes in US and UK military personnel returning from Iraq. Br J Psychiatry. 2014 Mar;204:200-7.
  54. Debell F, Fear NT, Head M, Batt-Rawden S, Greenberg N, Wessely S, Goodwin L. A systematic review of the comorbidity between PTSD and alcohol misuse. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. March 2014
  55. Murphy D, Hunt E, Luzon O, Greenberg N. Exploring positive pathways to care for members of the UK Armed Forces receiving treatment for PTSD: a qualitative study. European Journal of Psychotraumatology 2014, 5: 21759
  56. Jones N, Thandi G, Fear NT, Wessely S, Greenberg N. The psychological effects of improvised explosive devices (IEDs) on UK military personnel in Afghanistan. Occup Environ Med. 2014 Jan 16.
  57. Borschmann R, Greenberg N, Jones N, Henderson RC. Campaigns to reduce mental illness stigma in Europe: a scoping review. Die Psychiatrie 2014 11 1: 43-50
  58. Jones N, Mitchell P, Clack J, Fertout M, Fear NT, Wessely S, Greenberg N. Mental health and psychological support in UK armed forces personnel deployed to Afghanistan in 2010 and 2011. Br J Psychiatry. 2014 Feb;204:157-62.
  59. Hunt E, Jones N, Hastings V and Greenberg N. TRiM: an organizational response to traumatic events in Cumbria Constabulary. Occup Med (Lond) 2013 Dec;63(8):549-55.
  60. Forbes HJ, Boyd CF, Jones N, Greenberg N, Jones E, Wessely S, Iversen AC, Fear NT. Attitudes to mental illness in the U.K. military: a comparison with the general population. Mil Med. 2013 Sep;178(9):957-65.
  61. Aguirre M, Greenberg N, Sharpley J, Simpson R, Wall C. Alcohol consumption in the UK armed forces: are we drinking too much? J R Army Med Corps. 2013 Jun 17.
  62. MacManus D, Dean K, Jones M, Rona R, Greenberg N, Wessely S, Fear N. Violent offending by UK veterans - Authors' reply.  Lancet. 2013 Jun 29;381(9885):2252.
  63. Jones N, Twardzicki M, Fertout M, Jackson T, Greenberg N (2013) Mental Health, Stigmatising Beliefs, Barriers to Care and Help-Seeking in a Non-Deployed Sample of UK Army Personnel. J Psychol Psychother 3: 129.
  64. Greenberg N. Fostering Resilience Across the Deployment Cycle. In Building psychological resilience in military personnel : theory and practice. Authors: Robert R Sinclair; Thomas W Britt. American Psychological Association. 2013.
  65. Osório C, Jones N, Fertout M, Greenberg N. Changes in stigma and barriers to care over time in UK Armed forces deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq between 2008 and 2011. Mil Med. 2013 Aug;178(8):846-53. 
  66. Jones N, Fertout M, Parsloe L, Greenberg N. An evaluation of the psychological impact of operational rest and recuperation in United Kingdom Armed Forces personnel: a post-intervention survey. J R Soc Med. 2013 Jul 3. 
  67. Greenberg N. Stress and war: the limits of neuropsychiatry. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry. 2013 Sep;84(9):e1. 
  68. Hicks T, Banks R, Fear NT, and Greenberg N. Acceptability of anxiety management within UK armed forces. Occup Med (Lond) (2013) 63 (6): 439-441
  69. Aguirre M, Greenberg N, Sharpley J, Simpson R & Wall C. A pilot study of an Enhanced Mental Health Assessment during routine and discharge medicals in the British Armed Forces. J R Army Med Corps 2013;0:1–5.
  70. Foran HM, Garber BG, Zamorski MA, Wray M, Mulligan K, Greenberg N, Castro CA, Adler AB. Postdeployment military mental health training: Cross-national evaluations. Psychol Serv. 2013 May;10(2):152-60.
  71. Wesson M, Whybrow D, Gould M, Greenberg N. An Initial Evaluation of the Clinical and Fitness for Work Outcomes of a Military Group Behavioural Activation Programme. Behav Cogn Psychother. 2013 May 29:1-5.
  72. MacManus D, Dean K, Jones M, Rona RJ, Greenberg N, Hull L, Fahy T, Wessely S, Fear NT. Violent offending by UK military personnel deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan: a data linkage cohort study. The Lancet, Volume 381, Issue 9870, Pages 907 - 917, 16 March 2013.
  73. Wesson MI, Whybrow D, Greenberg N, Gould M. Clinical supervision in a UK military Department of Community Mental Health J R Army Med Corps. Published Online First: May 28, 2013.
  74. van Hoorn LA, Jones N, Busuttil W, Fear NT, Wessely S, Hunt E, Greenberg N. Iraq and Afghanistan veteran presentations to combat stress, since 2003. Occup Med (Lond). 2013 Apr;63(3):238-41.
  75. Jones N, Jones M, Fear NT, Fertout M, Wessely S & Greenberg N.     Can mental health and readjustment be improved in UK military personnel by a brief period of structured post deployment rest (third location decompression)? Occup Environ Med 2013; Jul;70(7):439-45
  76. Keeling M, Knight T, Sharp D, Fertout M, Greenberg N, Chesnokov M &Rona RJ. Contrasting beliefs about screening for mental disorders among UK military personnel returning from deployment to Afghanistan. J Med Screen 2012:16
  77. Heron R and Greenberg N. Occupational Mental Health in “Fitness for Work: The Medical Aspects” 5th Edition edited by Keith Palmer, Ian Brown and Jon Hobson. Faculty of Occupational Medicine. 2013
  78. Whybrow D, Jones N & Greenberg N. Corporate Knowledge of Psychiatric Services Available in a Combat Zone. Military Medicine, 178, 2:e241, 201
  79. Hatch SL, Harvey S, Dandeker C, Burdett H, Greenberg N, Fear NT & Wessely S. Life in and after the Armed Forces: social networks and mental health in the UK military Sociology of Health & Illness Vol  No ; 
  80. Harvey SB, Hatch SL, Jones M, Hull L, Jones N, Greenberg N, Dandeker C, Fear NT, Wessely S. The long-term consequences of military deployment: a 5-year cohort study of United kingdom reservists deployed to iraq in 2003. Am J Epidemiol. 2012 Dec 15;176(12):1177-84.
  81. Fear NT, Seddon R, Jones N, Greenberg N, Wessely S. Does anonymity increase the reporting of mental health symptoms? BMC Public Health. 2012 Sep 17;12:797.
  82. Rubin GJ, Amlôt R, Wessely S, Greenberg N. Anxiety, distress and anger among British nationals in Japan following the Fukushima nuclear accident. Br J Psychiatry. 2012 Nov;201(5):400-7. 
  83. Forbes J Harriet, Jones  Norman, Woodhead  Charlotte, Greenberg  Neil, Harrison  Kate, White  Sandra, Wessely  Simon, Fear T Nicola. What are the effects of having an illness or injury whilst deployed on post deployment mental health? A population based record linkage study of UK Army personnel who have served in Iraq or Afghanistan. BMC Psychiatry.2012, 12:178.
  84. Sundin, J.; Fear, N. T.; Greenberg, N.; Riviere, L.; Herrell, R.; Adler, A.; Hoge, C.; Bliese, P.; Wessely, S. A Comparative Analysis Of Deployment Associated Mental Health Issues In United States And United Kingdom Armed Forces. In: Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, Vol. 66, No. Suppl. 1, 09.2012, p. A8.
  85. Osório C, Jones N, Fertout M, Greenberg N. Perceptions of stigma and barriers to care among UK military personnel deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq. Anxiety Stress Coping. 2013 Sep;26(5):539-57
  86. Messenger K, Farquharson L, Stallworthy P, Cawkill P, Greenberg N. The experiences of security industry contractors working in iraq: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. J Occup Environ Med. 2012 Jul;54(7):859-67. 
  87. Sundin J, Mulligan K, Henry S, Hull L, Jones N, Greenberg N, Wessely S, Fear NT. Impact on mental health of deploying as an individual augmentee in the UK Armed Forces. Mil Med. 2012 May;177(5):511-6.
  88. Mulligan K, Jones N, Davies M, McAllister P, Fear NT, Wessely S, Greenberg N.  Effects of home on the mental health of British forces serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. Br J Psychiatry. Sep 2012, 201 (3) 193-198.
  89. Jones N, Seddon R, Fear NT, McAllister P, Wessely S, Greenberg N. Leadership, Cohesion, Morale, and the Mental Health of UK Armed Forces in Afghanistan. Psychiatry 2012; 75 (1): 49-59
  90. Creamer MC, Varker T, Bisson J, Darte K, Greenberg N, Lau W, Moreton G, O'Donnell M, Richardson D, Ruzek J, Watson P, Forbes D. Guidelines for Peer Support in High-Risk Organizations: An International Consensus Study Using the Delphi Method. Journal of Traumatic Stress 2012; 25: 134-141
  91. Browne, T; Evangeli, M; Greenberg, N. Trauma-Related Guilt and Posttraumatic Stress Among Journalists.  Journal of Traumatic Stress 2012; 25: 207-210
  92. Buckman, E.J; Forbes, E.J; Clayton, T; Jones, M; Jones, N; Greenberg, N. Early Service leavers: a study of the factors associated with premature separation from the UK Armed Forces and the mental health of those that leave early. European Journal of Public Health 2012: doi:10.1093/eurpub/cks042
  93. Mulligan, Kathleen; Fear, Nicola T.; Jones, Norman; Alvarez, Helen; Hull, Lisa; Naumann, Ulrike; Wessely, Simon; Greenberg, Neil. Post deployment Battlemind Training for the U.K. Armed Forces: A Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, Mar 12, 2012, 331-341.
  94. Rona RJ, Jones M, Fear NT, Hull L, Murphy D, Machell L, Coker B, Iversen AC, Jones N, David AS, Greenberg N, Hotopf M, Wessely S. Mild traumatic brain injury in UK military personnel returning from Afghanistan and Iraq: cohort and cross-sectional analyses. J Head Trauma Rehabil. 2012 Jan-Feb;27(1):33-44. 
  95. Fertout M, Jones N, Greenberg N. Third location decompression for individual augmentees after a military deployment. Occup Med (Lond). 2012 Jan 12. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 22247240.
  96. Seddon RL, Jones E and Greenberg Neil. The role of chaplains in maintaining the psychological health of military personnel: an historical and contemporary perspective. Military Medicine: 176(12) Dec 2011, 1357-1361
  97. Forbes, H. J., Jones, N., Woodhead, C., Greenberg, N., Harrison, K., White, S. Does attending an emergency department whilst deployed in Iraq or Afghanistan impact on the mental health of UK army personnel? 2011 Occupational and Environmental Medicine,Vol. 68, A99-A99
  98. Harvey SB, Hatch SL, Jones M, Hull L, Jones N, Greenberg N, Dandeker C, Fear NT, Wessely S.Coming home: social functioning and the mental health of UK Reservists on return from deployment to Iraq or Afghanistan. Ann Epidemiol. 2011 Sep;21(9):666-72. Epub 2011 Jul 7.
  99. McAllister P, Greenberg N and Henderson M. Occupational psychiatry in the armed forces: should depressed soldiers carry guns? APT 2011, 17:350-356.
  100. Pinder RJ, Greenberg N, Boyko EJ, Gackstetter GD, Hooper TI, Murphy D, Ryan MA, Smith B, Smith TC, Wells TS, Wessely S. Profile of two cohorts: UK and US prospective studies of military health. Int J Epidemiol. 2011 Jun 29.
  101. Greenberg N, Langston V, Iversen AC, Wessely S. The acceptability of Trauma Risk Management within the UK Armed Forces. Occupational Medicine 2011; doi:10.1093/occmed/kqr022
  102. Rona, R.J.; Jones, M.; Fear, N.T.; Hull, L.; Murphy, D.; Machell, L.; Coker, B.; Iversen, A.C.; Jones, N.; David, A.S.; Greenberg, N.; Hotopf, M.; Wessely, S.. Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in UK Military Personnel Returning From Afghanistan and Iraq: Cohort and Cross-sectional Analyses. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation. 24 March 2011doi: 10.1097/HTR.0b013e318212f814
  103. Hibberd J, Greenberg N. Coping with the impact of working in a conflict zone: a comparative study of diplomatic staff. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine: doi: 10.1097/JOM.0b013e3182135973
  104. Fertout M, Jones N, Greenberg N, Mulligan K, Knight T, Wessely S. A review of United Kingdom Armed Forces' approaches to prevent post-deployment mental health problems. International Review of Psychiatry 2011; DOI: 10.3109/09540261.2010.55777
  105. Harvey SB, Hatch SL, Jones M, Hull L, Jones N, Greenberg N, Dandeker C, Fear NT, Wessely S. Coming Home: Social Functioning and the Mental Health of UK Reservists on Return From Deployment to Iraq or Afghanistan. Ann Epidemiol. 2011 Sep;21(9):666-72. Epub 2011 Jul 7.
  106. Fernando A, Hull L, Greenberg N, Fear NT, Hotopf M, Wessely S. "Warriors": impact of a powerful television drama on the psychological health of UK Bosnia peacekeepers. Ann Epidemiol. 2011 Sep;21(9):660-5. Epub 2011 Jun 17.
  107. Burdett H, Jones N, Fear NT, Wessely S, Greenberg N. Early psychosocial intervention following operational deployment: analysis of a free text questionnaire response. Mil Med. 2011 Jun;176(6):620-5. PubMed PMID: 21702377.
  108. Iversen AC, van Staden L, Hughes JH, Greenberg N, Hotopf M, Rona RJ, Thornicroft G, Wessely S, Fear NT. The stigma of mental health problems and other barriers to care in the UK Armed Forces. BMC Health Serv Res. 2011 Feb 10;11:31.
  109. Dandeker C, Greenberg N and Orme G. The UK's Reserve Forces: Retrospect and Prospect. Armed Forces & Society published online 28 February 2011. DOI: 10.1177/0095327X11398332
  110. Jones N, Wink P, Brown AB, Berrecloth D,  Abson E, Doyle J, Fear NT, Wessely S, & Greenberg N. A clinical follow-up study of reserve forces personnel treated for mental health problems following demobilisation. Journal of Mental Health,2011; 1–10, iFirst article
  111. Greenberg N. Managing traumatic stress at work. An organisational approach to the management of potentially traumatic events. Occupational Health at Work 2011; 7(5): 22–26
  112. Greenberg N, Jones E, Jones N, Fear NT and Wessely S. The injured mind in the UK Armed Forces. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B January 27, 2011 366:261-267.
  113. Buckman JEJ, Sundin J, Greene T, Fear NT, Dandeker C, Greenberg N, Wessely S. The impact of deployment length on the health and well-being of military personnel: a systematic review of the literature. Occup Environ Med 68 (1): 69-76 Jan 2011
  114. Jones N, Fear NT, Jones M, Wessely S & Greenberg N. Long-Term Military Work Outcomes in Soldiers Who Become Mental Health Casualties When Deployed on Operations. Psychiatry 73(4) Winter 2010 352
  115. Greene T, Buckman J, Dandeker C, Greenberg N. The impact of culture clash on deployed troops. Mil Med. 2010 Dec;175(12):958-63
  116. Jones N, Burdett H, Wessely S, Greenberg N. The subjective utility of early psychosocial interventions following combat deployment. Occupational Medicine 2010; doi: 10.1093/occmed/kqq182
  117. Mulligan K, Jones N, Woodhead C, Davies M, Wessely S & Greenberg N. Mental health of UK military personnel while on deployment in Iraq. The British Journal of Psychiatry (2010) 197, 405–410.
  118. Glozier N, Henderson M, Greenberg N. Work and psychiatric disorder in Hunter's Diseases of Occupations: Tenth Edition. Editors Peter Baxter, Tar-Ching Aw, Anne Cockcroft, Paul Durrington and Malcolm Harrington. Oxford University Press. 2010
  119. Frappell-Cooke W, Gulina M, Green K, Hacker Hughes J, Greenberg N. Does trauma risk management reduce psychological distress in deployed troops? Occup Med (Lond). 2010 Occup Med (Lond). 2010; 60:8 645-650.
  120. Greene, Talya; Buckman, Joshua; Dandeker, Christopher; Greenberg, Neil. How Communication With Families Can Both Help and Hinder Service Members' Mental Health and Occupational Effectiveness on Deployment. Military Medicine. Volume 175, Number 10, October 2010 750-758(9).
  121. Greenberg N & Jones N. Optimizing Mental Health Support in the Military:  The Role of Peers and Leaders. In Deployment Psychology: Evidence-Based Strategies to Promote Mental Health in the Military. Edited by Amy B. Adler, PhD; Paul D. Bliese, PhD; and Carl Andrew Castro, PhD. APA. October 2010.
  122. Pinder, Richard J.; Fear, Nicola T.; Wessely, Simon; Reid, Geoffrey E.; Greenberg, Neil. Mental Health Care Provision in the U.K. Armed Forces. Military Medicine Volume 175, Number 10, October 2010 805-810(6)
  123. Iversen AC, van Staden L, Hughes JH, Browne T, Greenberg N, Hotopf M, Wessely S, Fear NT. Help-seeking and receipt of treatment among UK service personnel. The British Journal of Psychiatry 2010 Aug 1;197(2):149-55.
  124. Coetzee RH, Simpson RG, Greenberg N. Focus on Primary Health Care: A Practical Approach to Detecting Post-Deployment Mental Health Problems in Primary Care. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps. Volume 156; Number 3; Sep 10
  125. Sundin J, Jones N, Greenberg N, Rona RJ, Hotopf M, Wessely S, Fear NT. Mental health among commando, airborne and other UK infantry personnel. Occup Med (Lond). 2010 Sep 6. [Epub ahead of print]
  126. Greenberg N, Langston V, Everitt B, Iversen A, Fear NT, Jones N, Wessely S. A cluster randomized controlled trial to determine the efficacy of Trauma Risk Management (TRiM) in a military population. Journal Trauma Stress. 2010 Aug;23(4):430-6. 
  127. Mulligan K, Fear NT, Jones N, Wessely S and Greenberg N. Psycho-educational interventions designed to prevent deployment-related psychological ill-health in Armed Forces personnel: a review. Psychological Medicine, 2010, Jun 16:1-14
  128. Fear NT, Jones M, Murphy D, Hull L, Iversen AC, Coker B, Machell L, Sundin J, Woodhead C, Jones N, Greenberg N, Landau S, Dandeker C, Rona RJ, Hotopf M, Wessely S. What are the consequences of deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan on the mental health of the UK armed forces? A cohort study. Lancet. 2010;375:1758-60
  129. Gould M, Adler A, Zamorski M, Castro C, Hanily N, Steele N, Kearney S, Greenberg N. Do stigma and other perceived barriers to mental health care differ across Armed Forces? J R Soc 148 Med 2010: 103: 148–156. 
  130. Langston  V,  Greenberg N, Fear NT, Iversen AC, French C,  Wessely S. Stigma and mental health in the Royal Navy. Journal of Mental Health. 2010 Feb;19(1):8-16.
  131. Azari, J., Dandeker, C., & Greenberg, N. (2010). Cultural stress: How interactions with and among foreign populations affect military personnel. Armed Forces & Society36(4), 585-603.
  132. Woodhead C, Sloggett A, Bray I, Bradbury J, McManus S, Meltzer H, Brugha T, Jenkins R, Greenberg N, Wessely S, Fear N. An estimate of the veteran population in England: Based on data from the 2007 Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey. Population Trends. 2009:138, 50-54
  133. Greenberg N, Gould M, Langston V, Brayne M. Journalists' and media professionals' attitudes to PTSD and help-seeking: A descriptive study. Journal of Mental Health, 18, 6, Dec 2009, 543 – 548.
  134. Greenberg N, Rubin, GJ and Wessely S. The Psychological Consequences of the London Bombings In: Mental Health and Disasters. Eds Yuval Neria, Sandro Galea & Fran H. Norris. Cambridge University Press.p 538-557. Published October 2009.
  135. Iversen AC, van Staden L, Hughes JH, Browne T, Hull L, Hall J, Greenberg N, Rona RJ, Hotopf M, Wessely S, Fear NT. The prevalence of common mental disorders and PTSD in the UK military: using data from a clinical interview-based study. BMC Psychiatry. 2009 Oct 30;9:68
  136. Dandeker C, Eversden-French C, Greenberg N, Hatch S, Riley P, van Staden L, & Wessely S. Laying Down Their Rifles: The Changing Influences on the Retention of Volunteer British Army Reservists Returning from Iraq, 2003–2006. Armed Forces & Society.2009; OnlineFirst, published on October 20, 2009 as doi:10.1177/0095327X09344068
  137. Greenberg, N. Dow, C, Bland, D. Psychological Risk Assessment following the terrorist attacks in New York in 2001. Journal of Mental Health. 2009: 18: 3, 216 — 223
  138. Jones N, Fear NT, Greenberg N, Hull L and Wessely S. Occupational outcomes in soldiers hospitalized with mental health problems. Occup Med (Lond). 2009 Aug 10. [Epub ahead of print]
  139. Misra M, Greenberg N, Hutchinson C, Brain A, Glozier N. Psychological impact upon London Ambulance Service of the 2005 bombings. Occup Med (Lond). 2009 Sep;59(6):428-33. Epub 2009 Jul 28.
  140. Greenberg N, Jones N & Fear NT. Medically unexplained symptoms in military personnel. Psychiatry2009:8:5. 170-173
  141. Murphy D, Greenberg N & Bland D. Health concerns in UK Armed Forces personnel. J R Soc Med2009: 102: 143–147. DOI 10.1258/jrsm.2009.080387
  142. Greenberg N & Wessely S. The dangers of inflation: memories of trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder. The British Journal of Psychiatry2009;194, 1–2. doi: 10.1192/bjp.bp.109.063586
  143. Iversen A, Greenberg N. Mental health of regular and reserve military veterans. Advances in psychiatric treatment2009:15;100–106 doi: 10.1192/apt.bp.107.004713
  144. Wessely S, Greenberg N, Woodhead C, Fear NT. Gulf War Illnesses. Lancet. 2009 Feb 7;373(9662):462.
  145. Greenberg N & Wessely S. Gulf War syndrome: an emerging threat or a piece of history?Emerging Health Threats Journal2008, 1:e10. doi: 10.3134/ehtj.08.010.
  146. Wessely S, Bryant RA, Greenberg N, Earnshaw M, Sharpley J, Hughes JH. Does psychoeducation help prevent post traumatic psychological distress? 2008 Winter;71(4):287-302.
  147. Henderson, A; Greenberg, N; Langston, V. Alcohol Misuse in the Royal Navy. Occupational Medicine. Occupational Medicine(Lond). Dec 2008. doi:10.1093/occmed/kqn152
  148. Greenberg N, Langston V, Fear NT, Jones M, Wessely S. An evaluation of stress education in the Royal Navy. Occup Med (Lond). 2008 Nov 10.
  149. Rona RJ, Jones M, Iversen A, Hull L, Greenberg N, Fear NT, Hotopf M, Wessely S. The impact of posttraumatic stress disorder on impairment in the UK military at the time of the Iraq war. J Psychiatr Res. 2008 Oct 22.
  150. Hughes JG, Earnshaw NM, Greenberg N, Eldridge R, Fear NT, French C, Deahl MP, Wessely S. Use of psychological decompression in military operational environments. Mil Med. 2008 Jun;173(6):534-8.
  151. Fear NT, Iversen AC, Chatterjee A, Jones M, Greenberg N, Hull L, Rona RJ, Hotopf M, Wessely S. Risky driving among regular armed forces personnel from the United Kingdom. Am J Prev Med. 2008 Sep;35(3):230-6.
  152. Fear NT, Jones E, Groom M, Greenberg N, Hull L, Hodgetts TJ, Wessely S. Symptoms of post-concussional syndrome are non-specifically related to mild traumatic brain injury in UK Armed Forces personnel on return from deployment in  Iraq: an analysis of self-reported data. Psychol Med. 2008 Oct 23:1-9.
  153. Murphy D, Iversen A, Greenberg N. The mental health of veterans. J R Army Med Corps. 2008 Jun;154(2):136-9.
  154. Greenberg N, Langston V, Jones N. Trauma risk management (TRiM) in the UK Armed Forces. J R Army Med Corps. 2008 Jun;154(2):124-7.
  155. Pook A, Tarn M, Harrison J, McAllister P, Greenberg N. A career in military psychiatry. J R Army Med Corps. 2008 Jun;154(2):120-3.
  156. Harrison J, Sharpley J, Greenberg N. The management of post traumatic stress reactions in the military. J R Army Med Corps. 2008 Jun;154(2):110-4.
  157. Jones N, Greenberg N, Fear NT, Earnshaw M, McAllister P, Reid G, Wessely S. The operational mental health consequences of deployment to Iraq for UK Forces. J R Army Med Corps. 2008 Jun;154(2):102-6.
  158. Jones M, Fear NT, Greenberg N, Jones N, Hull L, Hotopf M, Wessely S, Rona RJ. Do medical services personnel who deployed to the Iraq war have worse mental health than other deployed personnel? The European Journal of Public Health2008; doi:10.1093/eurpub/ckn031
  159. Tarn M, Greenberg N & Wessely S. Gulf War syndrome – has it gone away? Advances in Psychiatric Treatment2008 14: 414-422.
  160. Gould, Matthew, Sharpley, John, Greenberg, Neil. Patient characteristics and clinical activities at a British military department of community mental health. Psychiatr Bull2008 32: 99-102
  161. Greenberg N, Iversen A, Hull L, Bland D, Wessely S. Getting a peace of the action: Measures of Post Traumatic Stress in UK military peacekeepers.  J Royal Soc Medicine2008: 101: 78-84
  162. Iversen AC, Fear NT, Ehlers A, Hacker Hughes J, Hull L, Earnshaw M, Greenberg N, Rona R, Wessely S, Hotopf M. Risk factors for post-traumatic stress disorder among UK Armed Forces personnel. Psychol Med. 2008 Jan 29:1-12
  163. Jones, N. Greenberg, N. Wessely, S. No plans survive first contact with the enemy: flexibility and improvisation in disaster mental health. Psychiatry, 2008: 70(4);361-365.
  164. Browne TE, Iversen A, Hull L, Workman L, Barker C, Horn O, Jones M, Murphy D, Greenberg N, Rona R, Hotopf M, Wessely S, Fear N. How Do Experiences In Iraq Affect Alcohol Use Amongst Male UK Armed Forces Personnel? Occup Environ Med. 2008 Jan 4; [Epub ahead of print]
  165. Greenberg, N. (2008) Studying the Psychological Effects of Conflict Zones. Journal of international peace operations:3:4:16.
  166. Sharpley JG, Fear NT, Greenberg N, Jones M, Wessely S. Pre-deployment stress briefing: does it have an effect? Occup Med (Lond). 2008 Jan;58(1):30-4.
  167. Iversen AC, Fear NT, Simonoff E, Hull L, Horn O, Greenberg N, Hotopf M, Rona R, Wessely S. Influence of childhood adversity on health among male UK military personnel. Br J Psychiatry. 2007 Dec;191:506-11.
  168. Jones, E. Greenberg, N. Long-term Psychological Consequences among Chemical Warfare Survivors of World War I and their Current Relevance. Psychiatric Annals; 37;11;724-723. 2007
  169. Iversen A, Waterdrinker A, Fear N, Greenberg N, Barker C, Hotopf M, Hull L, Wessely S. Factors associated with heavy alcohol consumption in the U.K. armed forces: data from a health survey of Gulf, Bosnia, and era veterans. Mil Med. 2007 Sep;172(9):956-61.
  170. Langston V, Gould M, Greenberg N. Culture: what is its effect on stress in the military? Mil Med. 2007 Sep;172(9):931-5. Review.
  171. Fear NT, Iversen A, Meltzer H, Workman L, Hull L, Greenberg N, Barker C, Browne T, Earnshaw M, Horn O, Jones M, Murphy D, Rona RJ, Hotopf M, Wessely S. Patterns of drinking in the UK Armed Forces. Addiction. 2007 Nov;102(11):1749-59
  172. Rona RJ, Fear NT, Hull L, Greenberg N, Earnshaw M, Hotopf M, Wessely S. Mental health consequences of overstretch in the UK armed forces: first phase of a cohort study. BMJ. 2007 Sep 22;335(7620):603. Epub 2007 Jul 30.
  173. Greenberg N, Thomas S, Murphy D, Dandeker C. Occupational stress and job satisfaction in media personnel assigned to the Iraq war (2003): A qualitative study. Journalism Practice, Vol. 1, No 3, 2007
  174. Gould M, Greenberg N, Hetherton J. Stigma and the military: Evaluation of a PTSD psycho educational program. J Trauma Stress. 2007 Aug;20(4):505-15.
  175. Greenberg, N., Iversen, A., Morris, R., Wessely, S. Bridging the Gulf: ‘Gulf War Syndrome’ – What we know and what we don’t. Advances in Clinical Neuroscience & Rehabilitiation. Vol 7. Iss 3. July/Aug 2007.
  176. Bland DJ, Rona RJ, Coggon D, Anderson J, Greenberg N, Hull L, Wessely S. Urinary isotopic analysis in the UK Armed Forces: No evidence of depleted uranium absorption in combat and other personnel in Iraq. Occup Environ Med. 2007 Jul 3
  177. Greenberg N, Langston V, Iversen A, Wessely S. Peer responses to perceived stress in the Royal Navy. Occup Med (Lond). 2007 Sep;57(6):424-9. Epub 2007 Jun 13
  178. Browne T, Hull L, Horn O, Jones M, Murphy D, Fear NT, Greenberg N, French C, Rona RJ, Wessely S, Hotopf M. Explanations for the increase in mental health problems in UK reserve forces who have served in Iraq. Br J Psychiatry. 2007 Jun;190:484-9.
  179. Greenberg N, Browne T, Langston V, McAllister P. Operational mental health: a user's guide for medical staff. J R Nav Med Serv. 2007;93(1):5-11.
  180. Rubin GJ, Brewin CR, Greenberg N, Hughes JH, Simpson J, Wessely S. Enduring consequences of terrorism: 7-month follow-up survey of reactions to the bombings in London on 7 July 2005. Br J Psychiatry. 2007 Apr;190:350-6
  181. Jones E, Greenberg N. Royal Naval Psychiatry: organisation, methods and outcomes 1900-1945, Mariner’s Mirror 92: 190-203.
  182. March C, Greenberg N. The Royal Marines approach to Psychological Trauma. In Combat Stress Injury Theory, Research, and Management. Edited by Charles R. Figley, William P. Nash Routledge Dec 2006.
  183. Wessely S, Thomas S, Dandeker C, Greenberg N, Kelly V. “Serving in Bosnia made me appreciate living in Bristol”:  Stressful Experiences, Attitudes, and Psychological Needs of Members of the United Kingdom Armed Forces. Mil Medicine2006: 171: 376-380
  184. William V. Bobo, Richard M. Keller, Neil Greenberg, Christopher A. Alfonzo, Larry H. Pastor, and Thomas A. Grieger. Psychological Responses to Terrorism, In Military life: the psychology of serving in peace and combat/edited by Thomas W. Britt, Amy B. Adler, and Carl Andrew Castro. Praeger Security International. Westport, Connecticut. 2006.
  185. Hotopf M, Hull L, Fear N, Browne T, Horn O, Iversen A, Jones M, Murphy D, Bland D, Earnshaw M, Greenberg N, Hacker-Hughes J, Tate R, Dandeker C, Rona R, Wessely S. The health of UK military personnel who deployed to the 2003 Iraq War. Lancet2006: 367: 1731-1741
  186. Rona RJ, Hooper R, Greenberg N, Jones M, Wessely S. Medical downgrading, self-perception of health, and psychological symptoms in the British Armed Forces. Occup Environ Med. 2006 Apr;63(4):250-4.
  187. Greenberg, N. Book Review: Command at Sea: Naval Command and Control since the Sixteenth Century. Armed Forces & Society, 2006, 32,335-33
  188. Iversen, A., Nikolaou, V., Greenberg, N., Unwin, C., Hull, L., Hotopf, M. et al. What happens to British veterans when they leave the armed forces? Eur J Public Health, 2005, 15,175-184.
  189. Greenberg, N., Henderson, M., Karim, S., & Holland-Elliott, K. Does having an occupational mental health service make any difference? Med.(Lond), 2005 55,549-551.
  190. Greenberg, N., Cawkill, P., & Sharpley, J. How to TRiM away at post traumatic stress reactions: traumatic risk management--now and the future. J R.Nav.Med.Serv. 2005, 91,26-31.
  191. Greenberg, N. Gulf War illnesses...the story is still alive and well. Environ.Med. 2005, 62,142-143.
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Professor Joseph Currier - Keynote Speaker

Prof J Currier pic  

Joseph M. Currier, Ph.D.

University of South Alabama

Department of Psychology


APA Accredited Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Polytrauma and Returning Veterans (OEF/OIF) Program, Memphis VA Medical Center, Memphis TN

APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Internship, Memphis VA Medical Center, Memphis TN

Ph.D Clinical Psychology, University of Memphis, Memphis TN

M.A. Clinical Psychology, Wheaton College, Wheaton IL

B.A. Psychology and Catholic Studies, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul MN

Research Interests

  • Spiritually Integrated Mental Healthcare  
  • Military Veteran and First Responder Mental Health
  • Trauma, Moral Injury, and PTSD
  • Peer Support and Mental Health Service Utilization

Current Partnerships and Projects

  • “Catalyzing a cultural shift toward integrating religious and spiritual competencies in mental health competencies in mental health through training and systems-level change”: Funded with a generous grant from the John Templeton Foundation, this project seeks to identify and address barriers to equipping mental health providers to integrate clients’ religion/spirituality (R/S) in their work via micro-, mezzo-, and macro-level objectives across four sub-projects: (1) develop, implement, evaluate, and disseminate an integrated curriculum approach to R/S competency training that can be incorporated into graduate courses across the four professions; (2) stimulate research on R/S competencies and produce tools for assessment and training in clinical settings; (3) conduct a national survey of graduate faculty to illuminate faculty views/behaviors as well as barriers/supports to training students in R/S competencies; and (4) coordinate a set of systems-level change activities to identify/remove barriers and promote widespread integration of R/S competencies in mental health training, research, and practice. In partnership with psychology, counseling, and social work colleagues from five universities (Jesse Fox from Stetson, Holly Oxhandler and Clay Polson from Baylor, Ken Pargament from BGSU, Michelle Pearce from UMB, and Cassandra Vieten from UC San Diego), our inter-disciplinary team aims to promote human flourishing by ensuring every mental health care provider in the U.S. acquires the basic competencies to honor clients’ R/S in their practice. 
    Veterans Recovery Resources Partnership: Formed “by veterans for veterans” in 2015, Veterans Recovery Resources is a community-based organization which seeks to remove barriers to high-quality, compassionate, and affordable mental health and primary care services for military veterans, first responders and their families. With the opening of an outpatient clinic in November 2018, this mission is being fulfilled via synergistic efforts of an inter-professional team of behavioral health providers, peer support specialists, veteran peer ambassadors, community partners and stakeholders (for details, see Funded with private donations and generous grants from SAMSHA, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Cigna Foundation, Community Foundation of South Alabama, and other foundations and philanthropic organizations, Dr. Currier has played a lead role in developing Vets Recover’s clinical framework and serves as an interim clinical director in this initial implementation phase. In tandem with other CCP faculty and faculty in the College of Allied Health Sciences, Vets Recover provides unique practicum opportunities for clinical training and research for USA students in the emerging “Vets Recover Way.” 


Heroes to Heroes Program Evaluation Project: Heroes to Heroes is a not-for-profit organization that offers an innovative retreat- and peer-based program to promote spiritual healing and social connections among combat veterans of all conflicts and religious faiths who are on a path to possible suicide and self-destruction due to moral injury and other potential trauma-related concerns (for details, see Founded in 2011, the organization has served over 250 veterans and continues to grow in capacity, scope and impact (for details, see As a way of evaluating and enhancing the program’s success, Heroes to Heroes partnered with Dr. Currier in August 2018 to conduct a three-year systematic evaluation of veterans’ psychological and spiritual outcomes. Along with Dr. Phillip Smith and CCP students with special interests and expertise in suicide risk assessment, moral injury, and spiritually integrated care, this USA team is collaborating closely with Heroes to Heroes leadership/staff to achieve the ambitious goals of this mixed method, longitudinal, and community participatory project.   


Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services-Fuller Seminary Research Collaborative: Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services is a non-profit behavioral health center located in Grand Rapids, Michigan that provides a comprehensive continuum of outpatient and residential treatment programs. Beginning in 2012, chaplaincy staff at Pine Rest have partnered with Drs. Currier from USA, Alexis Abernethy from Fuller Seminary, Sarah Schnitker from Baylor University, and Charlotte vanOyen-Witvliet and Lindsey Root Luna from Hope College in a series of longitudinal studies focusing on ways in which varying dimensions of spirituality help and hinder recovery from mental health conditions in acute psychiatric hospitalization units. To date, this research collaborative has yielded a number of important findings for clarifying targets for psychosocial treatments in spiritually integrated psychiatric settings  (e.g., forgiveness, God imagery, spiritual struggle).   

Recent Representative Publications

Currier, J. M., Foster, J. D., Karatzias, T., & Murphy, D. (2020). Moral injury and ICD-11 Complex PTSD (CPTSD) symptoms among treatment-seeking veterans in the United Kingdom. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice & Policy.

Currier, J. M., McDermott, R. C., Stevens, L. T., Isaak, S. L., Davis, E. B., Hollingsworth, W. G. L., Archer, G. D., & Stefurak, J. S. (in press). A practice-based evidence investigation of God representations in spiritually integrated psychotherapies. Journal of Clinical Psychology.

Abernethy, A. D., Currier, J. M., Witvliet, C. V. O., Schnitker, S. A., Root Luna, L. M., . . . . . Carter, J. (in press). Attitudes toward spiritually integrated interventions in patients seeking inpatient care. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice.

Currier, J. M., Isaak, S. L., & McDermott, R. C. (2020). Validation of the Expressions of Moral Injury Scale – Military Version – Short Form. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 27, 61-68.     

Currier, J. M, Stevens, L., Isaak, S. L., Smith, T., & Zlomke, K. (2020). Understanding preferences for addressing spirituality among adults seeking outpatient mental health care. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 208, 514-516.     

Currier, J. M., Fadoir, N., Carroll, T., Kuhlman, S., Marie, L, Taylor, S., Smith, T., Isaak, S. L., & Sims, B. M. (2020). A cross-sectional investigation of divine struggles and suicide risk among men in early recovery from substance use disorders. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 12, 324-333.    

Currier, J. M., McDermott, R. C., Farnsworth, J. K., & Borges, L. M. (2019). Temporal associations between moral injury and PTSD symptom clusters in military veterans. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 32, 382-392.

Currier, J. M., Foster, J. D. & Isaak, S. L. (2019). Moral injury and spiritual struggles in military veterans: A latent profile analysis. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 32, 393-404.

Currier, J. M., Rojas-Flores, L., McCormick, W. H., Hwang Koo, J., Cadavid, L., Pineda, F. A., le Roux, E., & Givens, G. T. (2019). Spiritual struggles and ministry-related quality of life among faith leaders in Colombia. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 11, 148-156.

Currier, J. M., Foster, J., Witvliet, C.V.O., Abernethy, A., Root Luna, L., Schnitker, S., Van Harn, K., & Carter, J. (2019). Spiritual struggles and mental health outcomes in a spiritually integrated inpatient program. Journal of Affective Disorders, 249, 127-135.


Dr Wendy Dean

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Dr Wendy Dean

Dr. Dean left clinical medicine when generating revenue crowded out the patient-centered priorities of her practice. Her focus since has been on finding innovative ways to make medicine better for both patients and physicians through technology, ethics, and systems change.

Dr. Dean practiced for 15 years as an emergency room physician and then as a psychiatrist. After leaving clinical practice, she spent eight years in leadership positions, overseeing medical research funding for the U.S. Army, and as a senior executive at a large nonprofit in Washington, D.C., supporting novel strategies to restore form, function and appearance to ill and injured service members. She turned her full attention to addressing moral injury in 2019.

Dr. Dean is a regular contributor to Medscape’s Business of Medicine, blogs on Psychology Today, and continues to work in innovative fields with NASA, the American Society of Reconstructive Transplantation, and the Transplant Ethics and Policy Working Group at New York University Langone Medical Center.

Dr Esther Murray

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Dr Esther Murray

Dr Esther Murray is a chartered and registered health psychologist and senior lecturer in Health Psychology at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry at Queen Mary University. She has a background in training NHS staff in communication skills and also using psychological interventions for cardiac care. Her research now centres around social inequalities in health, wellbeing of medical students and doctors and doctor-patient communication. She also has an interest in chronic pain and how this can impact doctor-patient communication.

Esther has recently developed a strong research interest in moral injury in healthcare professionals, especially those who work in emergency settings such as paramedics. Recent publications include Moral Injury and Paramedic Practice; Are Medical Students in Prehospital Care at Risk of Moral Injury? and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Emergency Medicine Residents: A Role for Moral Injury?

Dr Hannah Murray

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Dr Hannah Murray

Research Clinical Psychologist

As a clinician and a researcher in the field of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), I am involved in the development, evaluation and dissemination of effective treatments for this problem.

Together with the team at the Oxford Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma, we have developed an internet-based version of Cognitive Therapy for PTSD, which has been evaluated in a recent trial and is now being disseminated nationally.

My research also involves testing and improving elements of PTSD treatments, such as imagery rescripting and returning to the scene of the trauma. I am also interested in developing treatments for difficult symptoms of PTSD, such as moral injury and survivor guilt.

I regularly teach other clinicians about working with PTSD, and am involved with research into the dissemination of treatments, and how to develop effective teaching.


Cognitive Therapy for Moral Injury in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

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Murray H. and Ehlers A., (2021), The Cognitive Behaviour Therapist, 1 - 42

The Relationship Between Working Alliance and Symptom Improvement in Cognitive Therapy for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.

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Beierl ET. et al, (2021), Front Psychiatry, 12

Treatment of survivor guilt after trauma using imagery rescripting: a proof-of-concept study

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Murray H. et al, (2020), Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 1 - 5

Treating posttraumatic stress disorder remotely with cognitive therapy for PTSD.

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Wild J. et al, (2020), Eur J Psychotraumatol, 11

Cognitive Therapy for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder following Critical Illness and Intensive Care Unit Admission

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Murray H. et al, (2020), The Cognitive Behaviour Therapist, 1 - 36

A randomised controlled trial of therapist-assisted online psychological therapies for posttraumatic stress disorder (STOP-PTSD): trial protocol.

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Ehlers A. et al, (2020), Trials, 21

Cognitive Therapy


EHLERS A. and MURRAY H., (2020), Treating Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders in Adults, Second Edition Scientific Foundations and Therapeutic Models

Behavioural Experiments in Cognitive Therapy for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Why, When, and How?

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Murray H. and El-Leithy S., (2020), Verhaltenstherapie

Psychological interventions for people with psychotic experiences: protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis.

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Soneson E. et al, (2019), Syst Rev, 8

Survivor Guilt in a Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Clinic Sample

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Murray HL., (2018), Journal of Loss and Trauma, 23, 600 - 607

Intensive cognitive therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder in routine clinical practice: A matched comparison audit.

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Murray H. et al, (2017), Br J Clin Psychol, 56, 474 - 478

Evaluation of a Trauma-Focused CBT Training Programme for IAPT services.

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Murray H., (2017), Behav Cogn Psychother, 45, 467 - 482

Clients' Experiences of Returning to the Trauma Site during PTSD Treatment: An Exploratory Study

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Murray H. et al, (2016), Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 44, 420 - 430

Returning to the scene of the trauma in PTSD treatment – why, how and when?

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Murray H. et al, (2015), The Cognitive Behaviour Therapist, 8

Living a Life That Should Not Be Lived: A Qualitative Analysis of the Experience of Survivor Guilt

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Y P. et al, Journal of Traumatic Stress Disorders & Treatment, 07

Dr Konstantinos Papazoglou

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Dr Konstantinos Papazoglou

PhD, CPsych


Dr Papazoglou is a licensed psychologist (clinical, police, & forensic). He is the founder and director of the ProWellness Inc., a division of his psychology professional corporation, in Toronto, Canada primarily aimed to provided mental health services to first responders and individuals who experienced motor vehicle and workplace accidents. In addition, he is also the director of the POWER Institute and the principal founder and vice-president of the POWER Project: A non-profit public benefit corporation in San Diego, California. He recently completed his appointment as a postdoctoral scholar at Yale University School of Medicine. He earned his doctoral degree (PhD) in psychology (clinical - forensic area) as Vanier Scholar at the University of Toronto (UofT). He is a former police captain of the Hellenic Police Force and European Police College and he holds a master’s degree in applied psychology from New York University (NYU) as Onassis Scholar. In addition, he is affiliated researcher with the Loss, Trauma, and Emotion Lab at Teachers College, Columbia University of New York. His research work focuses on performance, wellness, and resilience promotion among law enforcement officers.


Towards this direction he has established research collaboration with many law enforcement agencies in US, Canada, and Europe (e.g., Police Training Institute – Illinois State Police, Tucson Police Department, National Police of Finland). He has published more than 80 scholarly articles in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters. He recently published the POWER book (published by Elsevier) and he currently works on the POWER manual aimed to get published by the American Psychological Association. In addition, he presented his research work (more than 100 presentations) in many scientific venues (e.g., American Psychological Association, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences) and received many awards (e.g., American Psychological Association – Criminal Justice Section Outstanding Doctoral Research Award; American Psychological Foundation – Levinson Scholarship Award; American Psychological Association – Police and Public Safety Section - Outstanding Doctoral Research Award in Police and Public Safety; American Security Today – Homeland Security Platinum Award). He has served as ad hoc reviewer in academic journals (e.g., Frontiers, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, International Journal of Stress Management, PlosOne, Psychological Trauma) and as expert reviewer in research grants (e.g., National Science Foundation – NSF, National Institute of Justice - NIJ).


Furthermore, he conducted workshops and presented to numerous government agencies in US, Canada, and Europe (e.g., FLETC – Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Federal Police University of Germany, Police University College of Finland, Trainer the Trainers Seminar – European Police College, Canada Department of National Defense – Research Centre, Ontario Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services, etc.). Konstantinos is a member of the research advisory team in Badge of Life Canada. Moreover, he served as a co-moderator of the European Medical and Psychology Experts Network (EMPEN), an official network of police health professionals established and sponsored by the European Police College (CEPOL). He also worked as a clinical forensic psychologist with the Ontario Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services providing clinical services (assessment and treatment) to criminal justice offenders.

Dr Daniel Blumberg

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Dr Daniel Blumberg

Associate Professor

California School of Professional Psychology

San Diego

Michael D. Schlosser Ph.D.

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Michael D. Schlosser Ph.D.

Michael D. Schlosser is director of the University of Illinois Police Training Institute. He retired as a lieutenant from the Rantoul, Illinois Police Department in 2004. Dr. Schlosser has conducted and collaborated in cross-disciplinary research projects at the University of Illinois and is credited for his innovative ideas toward police reform. He has authored dozens of articles, co-authored the book The POWER Manual: a Step-by-Step Guide to Improving Police Officer Wellness, Ethics, and Resilience, made media appearances, and given over 100 presentations across the country on topics such as police tactics, police training, use of force, de-escalation techniques, control and arrest tactics, the intersection of police and race, diversity, police officer wellness, and police family wellness.

Dr Victoria Williamson

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Dr Victoria Williamson

Victoria Williamson is a Research Fellow at King's College London and the University of Oxford. Her research focuses on the psychological impact of trauma exposure, including exposure to moral injury. She is currently leading the first UK feasibility study to develop and pilot a treatment for moral injury related mental health difficulties with Combat Stress.