Four teams across our partnership have been shortlisted for the British Medical Journal Awards.
King’s Health Partners has published the first Outcomes Book from our Imaging and Biomedical Engineering Clinical Academic Group.
On World Oral Health Day, 20 March, Dr Mark Ide blogs about the connection between oral health and wider health and wellbeing.
In the third blog of our Value Based Healthcare series Gary McAllister discusses the value of using informatics to improve patient outcomes.
To mark No Smoking Day on 14 March, Nurse Consultant Mary Yates, blogs about why she champions smoking cessation and why you should too.
Teams from across the partnership have been shortlisted for the 2018 HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards.
Summary of our partners results in the 2017 NHS Staff Survey, published 6 March.
King’s College London is the second best place in the world to study dentistry, according to the 2018 QS Rankings by Subject.
A new child obesity report from Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity has outlined the importance of considering environmental influence.
Research from King’s College London shows dentists can play a key role in the early detection of health conditions.
A study co-authored by King’s College London has highlighted the potential threat posed to mental health by the rising potency of cannabis.
A landmark scheme to rebuild the emergency department (A&E) at St Thomas’ Hospital has entered its final phase.