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Jack Straw addresses Future of British Foreign Policy in the Middle East

Jack Straw addresses Future of British Foreign Policy in the Middle East

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The Institute of Middle Eastern Studies (IMES) at King's College London was proud to host the Annual Lecture of the British Society for Middle Eastern Studies (BRISMES) on Tuesday 28 October.
UK smart drug survey reveals student use is not as prevalent as claimed

UK smart drug survey reveals student use is not as prevalent as claimed

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In the first comprehensive survey of UK student use of smart drugs - those drugs thought to enhance cognitive function and performance - researchers at King's College London and the London School of Economics have revealed that despite anecdotal reports of high usage in UK universities, a majority of students surveyed were not aware of them or were uninterested in their use.
Breathlessness support leads to better quality of life and survival

Breathlessness support leads to better quality of life and survival

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A low-cost Breathlessness Support Service (BSS) led to better quality of life and survival rates for patients with lung disease and cancer, according to a study by a team of researchers at King's College London and clinicians from King's College Hospital.
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Book Launch - International Law of Disaster Relief

Book Launch - International Law of Disaster Relief

Date
31 Oct 2014
Location
SW1.17 and SW1.18 Somerset House East Wing
Description
Launch of a collection of essays edited by Professors David D. Caron, Michael Kelly and Anastasia Telesetsky which analyses the evolution of international disaster law as a field that encompasses new ideas about human rights, sovereignty, and technology.

Staged Reading: Passages From Empire

Date
3/7 Nov 2014
Description
The Centre for the Humanities and Health at Kings College London invite you to listen to 5x scripted plays on Radio 4's Woman's Hour, entitled "Passages From Empire" as part of our Scripting Nursing project through our Nursing and Identity strand.
Being Mortal: ageing, illness and what matters in the end

Being Mortal: ageing, illness and what matters in the end

Date
4 Nov 2014
Description
Fresh from giving the 2014 Reith Lecture, Atul Gawande, Surgeon, writer and public health researcher comes to King's to give a lecture as part of his tour to talk about his new book 'Being Mortal'. Due to popular demand registration for this event is now essential.
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