Today we publish our five-year plan – ‘Improving health and wellbeing: Locally and globally 2014-2019’. The publication outlines our plans for the next five years to achieve continued excellence in research, education and patient care. It can be accessed on our website here.
King’s Health Partners Psychosis Clinical Academic Group (CAG) has published its first outcomes book providing accessible information and data about performance in patient care, research and education.
A pioneering King’s Health Partners project which aims to transform patient outcomes by improving the use of imaging has received £9.9million funding.
The Schools of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and Institute of Psychiatry have changed. From 1 September, a new Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine was created as a result of the merger of elements of the School of Biomedical Sciences with the School of Medicine.
Improving patient experience is a priority for King’s Health Partners. Last week the Health & Social Care Information Centre published new data about cleanliness, food, privacy and conditions in the NHS, and each of our partner trusts ranked highly.
A programme of education and research in Zimbabwe, led in collaboration with King’s Health Partners, has boosted the number of psychiatrists in the country and allowed a once fledging faculty to embrace research and develop new specialist mental health services.
The King’s Urogynaecology team based at Denmark Hill has been awarded two prestigious awards for clinical and research excellence. The team was awarded the Standards for Service Provision in Urogynaecology accreditation by the British Society of Urogynaecology (BSUG), and one of its specialists also won a prize for the best presentation at the annual meeting of the United Kingdom Continence Society (UKCS).
Cancer patients living in Bexley, Bromley and Greenwich will be able to have most of their radiotherapy and chemotherapy treatment locally thanks to the development of a new Cancer Centre at Queen Mary’s Hospital in Sidcup.
The new King’s College London Principal, Professor Edward Bryne, has recorded a short video message where he describes his leadership style and outlines his two priorities for the College and its academic mission.
The Stroke team at the Princess Royal University Hospital (PRUH), part of King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, is using technology to treat time-critical acute patients faster.
Guy's and St Thomas' has been chosen as a pilot centre for a flagship Government project that aims to make the UK a world leader in genetic research into cancer and rare diseases.