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How resilience affects the transition experiences of UK Service leavers

Published Jun 27, 2018

by Kate Cox, Sarah Grand-Clement, Katerina Galai, Richard Flint, Alexandra Hall

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Most UK Service leavers succeed in overcoming any challenges they face when making the transition to civilian life. Some individuals, however, struggle to address challenges they experience when leaving the military. Our research, commissioned by the Forces in Mind Trust, sought to improve understanding of whether — and how — resilience can affect transition experiences and outcomes for those leaving the UK Armed Forces.

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