This site is provided by the Initiative for Conflict Related Trauma as a resource for practitioners, researchers and others who are interested in the impact of the conflict in Northern Ireland (generally known as the Troubles) on the wellbeing and mental health of the population.  It includes research and other papers produced by the  Northern Ireland Centre for Trauma and Transformation (NICTT – 2002 to 2011).  It also includes reports and papers produced by the partnership of NICTT and the Ulster University researchers who undertook the Northern Ireland Study of Health and Stress. These papers look mainly at the psychological trauma and wider social consequences of exposure to conflict-related violence linked to the Troubles.

Most recent update: July 2017 (b)