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New research funding into pioneering gloves for people with skin blistering condition

New research funding into pioneering gloves for people with skin blistering condition

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King's researchers have been awarded over £1.6m to design and test pioneering, high-tech gloves for people suffering from debilitating genetic skin disorders that affect the hands.
Leading Nursing Journal plays important role in protecting health workers combatting Ebola

Leading Nursing Journal plays important role in protecting health workers combatting Ebola

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A leading nursing journal, hosted at King's, has published an important editorial, calling into question international guidelines on the use of face-masks to protect people from contracting Ebola.
Dr Tanya Graham appointed as  King's Cultural Institute Knowledge Exchange Associate

Dr Tanya Graham appointed as King's Cultural Institute Knowledge Exchange Associate

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Dr Tanya Graham has recently been appointed as one of nine Knowledge Exchange Associates (KTA) in a partnership with King's Cultural Institute.
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Midwifery Seminar with Professor Hannah Dahlen

Midwifery Seminar with Professor Hannah Dahlen

Date
23 Oct 2014
Location
B5 Auditorium
Description
Midwifery Seminar with Professor Hannah Dahlen:Using population based linked data to answer questions about morbidity associated with common interventions in childbirth
Midwifery Seminar with Professor Jane Barlow: foetal programming and maternal states of mind during pregnancy

Midwifery Seminar with Professor Jane Barlow: foetal programming and maternal states of mind during pregnancy

Date
11 Nov 2014
Description
Midwifery Seminar with Professor Jane Barlow: Foetal programming and maternal states of mind during pregnancy
A Nightingale Lecture with Professor Debra Bick: Birth and Beyond: why effective postnatal care matters

A Nightingale Lecture with Professor Debra Bick: Birth and Beyond: why effective postnatal care matters

Date
9 Dec 2014
Location
Stamford Street Lecture Theatre Waterloo Campus
Description
A Nightingale Lecture with Professor Debra Bick: Birth and Beyond: why effective postnatal care matters.
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