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Pioneering gloves seek to tackle skin disorders

Pioneering gloves seek to tackle skin disorders

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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.
Protecting health workers combatting Ebola

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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DEBATE: Does religion have a place in nursing?

DEBATE: Does religion have a place in nursing?

Date
20 Nov 2014
Location
55 Weston Street, Greenwood Theatre, Greenwood Theatre (Guy's Campus), Guy's campus, London Bridge, SE1 3RA
Description
20th November 2014: Annual Faculty Debate. This year's motion is: This house believes that nurses should be able, directly and openly, to apply their religion in caring for patients.
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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