PRINCE HARRY TO MAKE KEYNOTE SPEECH AT VETERANS’ MENTAL HEALTH CONFERENCE
KING’S COLLEGE LONDON
Thursday 15th March 2018
Prince Harry will deliver a keynote speech at the annual Veterans’ Mental Health Conference held at King’s College London, on Thursday March 15th.
The event is organised by the King’s Centre for Military Health Research supported by the Forces in Mind Trust. It brings together leading academics, researchers, medical professionals and charities to discuss the key issues in military mental health.
His Royal Highness, who attended the event last year, will join the morning session of the conference before making a speech about the progress that has been made by the sector in the past year.
Prince Harry is also expected to discuss the work he is pursuing at The Royal Foundation for mental health in the Armed Forces Community, and highlight key collaborative successes such as the service platform Contact, and the recently-signed agreement with the Ministry of Defence aimed at improving support and training for those people currently in service.
This year’s event is taking place under the theme ‘From Enlistment to Retirement’. In addition to Prince Harry and researchers from the King’s Centre for Military Health Research, the conference will also feature Tobias Ellwood MP, and further speakers from Forces in Mind Trust, the University of Southern California, Combat Stress, and the Ministry of Defence.
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