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2022 LeDeR report into the avoidable deaths of people with learning disabilities

The 2022 LeDeR report, which seeks to investigate and learn from the avoidable deaths of people with a learning disability in England, was published today.

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High altitude training shows promise for patients ahead of surgery

Simulated high altitude could help older patients at risk of health complications related to surgery, a new study has found.

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King's publishes second construction adjudication report focusing on reform and transparency

The report examines the latest adjudication statistics, seeks to enhance transparency and consistency in relation to the disclosure and conflicts of interests...

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£2.5m funding to study transition to adulthood for individuals with ADHD

The Medical Research Council (MRC) has awarded £2.5 million funding to principal investigator, Professor Jonna Kuntsi, and team to use remote technology to...

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Specialised motor neuron region affected in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

New study identifies the axon initial segment as the region driving abnormal regulation of neuronal activity in ALS

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King's engineers tackle global outbreaks as part of new £10 million vaccine hub

Led by Imperial College London, King’s joins a coalition of academia and industry to distribute vaccines to developing world.

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New appointments for The Centre for Arts & the Sacred

The Centre for Arts & the Sacred at King’s has announced two new appointments.

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Team King's wins Health Service Journal award for Workplace Initiative of the Year

Dr Dilla Davis and Dr Agimol Pradeep BEM have won an award for their work to champion internationally trained nurses across the UK.

Dr Dilla Davis and Dr Agimol Pradeep

King's opens innovative children's simulation ward for enhanced learning

State of the art technology will provide students with a real world-like opportunities to practice and learn.

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Dr Valentina Vitiello joins the London Institute for Healthcare Engineering (LIHE)

Dr Vitiello has joined the LIHE team as the Head of Clinical Translation and Governance ahead of the institute launching its inaugural acceleration programme...

Dr Valentina Vitiello

King's Business School awarded Athena SWAN gender equality and diversity charter mark

Award celebrates the School’s efforts to promote and recognize gender equality and diversity

Group cheering at International Womens Day Event in March 2023

London economy forecast to remain strong at end of decade – but 'council of mayors' would give further boost, report says

The capital is in a strong position, though further devolution is key to its future success

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First of-its-kind molecular communication system developed by King's engineers

The new platform could revolutionise drug delivery and detection of dangerous chemicals.

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Exchanging ideas on key climate actions needed at COP28

Students, academics, staff and visitors came together to discuss priorities for climate action ahead of this year’s COP28 meeting of world leaders.

Panel and audience at the SSPP COP28 event Nov 2023

New partnership to deliver medical excellence in Nigeria

African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) and King’s College London have signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) to proceed with a scoping study that will...

The MoA being signed by representatives from King's and Afreximbank


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