King’s Health Partners has been accredited as an Academic Health Sciences Centre for a further five years by the Department of Health.
The King’s Emergency Department youth violence project run in partnership with charity Redthread has won two gongs at the national Children and Young People Now awards.
Scientists and clinicians from five leading UK universities, including King’s College London, will begin a groundbreaking trial next year to test a possible cure for HIV infection.
Cancer survivors have helped select artists including Turner Prize nominee Angela Bulloch to work on commissions for the new King’s Health Partners Cancer Centre at Guy’s Hospital - the artists were chosen by interview panels which included patients and staff.
Doctors at King’s College Hospital performed the UK’s first endoscopic procedure to help patients who cannot eat or drink due to a rare gastric condition.
A new study led by scientists at King’s College London has shown that leading a healthy lifestyle prior to conception and during pregnancy could potentially decrease the chance of complications such as pre-eclampsia or premature birth.
Elizabeth Kuipers, Professor of Clinical Psychology at the Institute of Psychiatry, has received the Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Lifetime Achievement award.
Clinicians from King’s College Hospital have proven for the first time that children do not need to be exposed to radiation to successfully rule out liver cancer.
King’s College London has signed a partnership with Peking University Health Sciences Center (PUHSC) as part of an initiative to expand collaborative activities in China and build links for medical research and education.
A new initiative by King's Improvement Science (KIS) is helping to ensure that all health professionals who are involved in surgery at Guy's and St Thomas' understand the particular needs of patients who have diabetes and consistently follow best practice guidelines about caring for them before, during and after an operation.
On Thursday 14 November Secretary of State for Health, the Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt, spent the morning working as a Healthcare Assistant (HCAs) on the Oliver Ward at King’s College Hospital.