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Honorary Professorship at Peking University Health Science Centre for Principal Ed Byrne

Honorary Professorship at Peking University Health Science Centre for Principal Ed Byrne

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King's President & Principal, Professor Ed Byrne AC, has received an Honorary Professorship from leading Chinese institution and King's partner, Peking University Health Science Centre.
Palliative care increase by 2040

Palliative care increase by 2040

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The number of people requiring palliative care over the next 25 years is likely to increase substantially, requiring a shift in healthcare priorities in England and Wales, according to new research by King's published in the open access journal BMC Medicine.
Loneliness in young adults linked to poor sleep quality

Loneliness in young adults linked to poor sleep quality

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Researchers from King's College London have found a link between loneliness and poor sleep quality in a study of more than 2,000 British young adults.
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THE YTL CENTRE FOR POLITICS, PHILOSOPHY AND LAW PRESENTS A KCRIM WORKSHOP: Criminalising Sex with Animals

THE YTL CENTRE FOR POLITICS, PHILOSOPHY AND LAW PRESENTS A KCRIM WORKSHOP: Criminalising Sex with Animals

Date
22 May 2017
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SW1.18 (Somerset House East Wing) Strand Campus
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The King's Criminal Law group is led by Dr John Stanton-Ife and Professor Andrew Simester. The aim of the group is to foster research into criminal law, including a variety of theoretical perspectives.
High tech and high touch: Why medicine needs solidarity

High tech and high touch: Why medicine needs solidarity

Date
23 May 2017
Location
Edmond J. Safra Lecture Theatre (Strand Campus)
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Join Global Health & Social Medicine and the Faculty of SSPP for the Inaugural Lecture of Professor Barbara Prainsack.
Understanding symptoms as a threat to function

Understanding symptoms as a threat to function

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24 May 2017
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Understanding symptoms as a threat to function
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