Information about patient outcomes has been published by the Dental Clinical Academic Group (CAG) and the Child and Adolescent Mental Health CAG at King’s Health Partners.
The quality of healthcare provided after a stroke remains uneven in the UK, according to a new study led by King’s College London.
King’s Health Partners, UCL Partners and Imperial College Academic Health Science Centre have today joined forces with Oxford & Cambridge to build the world's most powerful life sciences cluster.
The Dental Institute at King’s College London has undergone a large refurbishment in conjunction with Guy’s and St Thomas’.
Today – Tuesday 1 April 2014 – King's Health Partners receives formal accreditation for a further five years from the Department of Health as one of just six Academic Health Science Centres in the country.
The chief executives at our three partner NHS Foundation Trusts – Ron Kerr at Guy’s and St Thomas’, Tim Smart at King’s College Hospital, and Matthew Patrick at South London and Maudsley – all made the HSJ’s first ‘Top 50 Chief Executives’ list, published on Wednesday 26 March.
A new study led by researchers across King’s Health Partners has found that premature babies supported by high-frequency oscillation ventilation - a type of breathing support - had better lung function as adolescents than those who received conventional ventilation.
A training programme for NHS staff dealing with strokes, an initiative to reduce A&E waiting times and an innovative integrated care model for diabetes patients have been shortlisted for the prestigious British Medical Journal (BMJ) Awards.
People with serious mental illness have lower cancer survival rates than the general population, according to a new study by the Institute of Psychiatry (IoP) published in BMJ Open.
A team, including researchers at the Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery, has launched a new project that uses mobile phone technology to remotely monitor patients who are undergoing chemotherapy to treat breast, bowel and blood cancers.
King’s College Hospital emergency medicine consultant Dr Emer Sutherland was an invited speaker at a special conference about girls in gangs held in London last week.