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Onyinye Udokporo in front of drawings, and the cover of her book
6 October 2022

22-year-old King's alumna publishes book on personal experience as a Black woman with dyslexia

Onyinye Udokporo, 2020 alumna of the Education, Policy & Society MA, published her first book in…

woman
4 October 2022

Little has changed in four decades of dementia care, finds King's study

A new study has found ineffective co-ordination of services and fragmented care plans in England has…

Cancer care
29 September 2022

EU backs clinical trials that could transform incurable cancer care

Healthcare for incurable cancer could undergo reform…

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29 September 2022

Mass cooperation fuels climate action, say experts at London's Walk2COP27 event

Industry professionals met at King’s this week to discuss…

HM The Queen at the opening of Bush House in 2019.
8 September 2022

Remembering Her Majesty The Queen

As we mourn the loss of Queen Elizabeth II, we reflect on…

11 July 2022

Reimagining India's health system

Why is that India's voters appear to place curiously little…

22 June 2022

Bridging the global mental health gap

The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that 450…

17 May 2022

Balancing choice & autonomy: modernising the Mental Health Act

The Mental Health Act (MHA) is the legislation which covers…

13 May 2022

Prioritising maternal mental health through research

Mental illness during pregnancy and the first year after…

12 May 2022

Leading the international effort against doping in sports

The Drug Control Centre (DCC) is King’s flagship anti-doping…

9 May 2022

Ensuring openness and accountability in EU State aid

The European Commission has sweeping powers in relation to…

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