Harry Palmer Programme Coordinator, Veterans' Mental Health Research Programme Email Harry 07469 151152 Harry is a researcher at Centre for Mental Health. He coordinates the Forces in Mind Trust Veterans’ Mental Health Research Programme alongside the Kings Centre for Military Health Research (KCMHR). He coordinates the programme to strategically encourage, allocate and award grant funding to further the understanding of ex-Service personnel’s mental health needs, and how best to meet them. Harry studied Law at the University of Southampton, followed by an MSc in Crime Analysis. He previously worked in the NHS in both management and research roles surrounding orthopaedic knee surgery. Alongside his work at the Centre, Harry is the Chief Administrative Officer for the United Kingdom Knee Osteotomy Registry, overseeing their team’s efforts at long-term data collection. Harry holds several honorary research posts at University of Winchester, the Knee Preservation Foundation and Basingstoke Hospital’s orthopaedic department. He has had several articles accepted in peer-reviewed journals in the field of both Law and Orthopaedics. Harry was attracted to this role because of the Centre’s strong research background, and the interesting opportunity to work both with university research bodies and third sector organisations.