To mark Mental Health Awareness Week, Mind & Body Champion Jamie Williams blogs about the importance of being kinder to ourselves.
A round up of our partnership in the media over the past two weeks.
Prof Karen Edmond has joined King’s College London School of Life Course Sciences as Professor of Child Health.
Health apps are widely available and increasingly popular. But are app stores doing enough to identify their quality to consumers?
The largest genetic study of bipolar disorder ever has identified genetic variants that increase the risk of developing bipolar disorder.
In the UK around 1,700 children every year are born with cerebral palsy – and a new analysis has suggested irreversible surgery.
Seven-year-old Leia was never expected to speak, but thanks to a pioneering partnership she is beginning to converse with her parents.
The Maudsley Charity has announced a call for expressions of interest for a new Epilepsy Research Fund.
We heard from Aries Maximus Ogbuokiri, the first research and development nurse at South London and Maudsley.
Three King’s College London academics have been elected to The Academy of Medical Sciences Fellowship.
Dr Philip Hopkins, Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine at King’s College Hospital, has won a national award for his research activity.
Two teams from King’s Health Partners won British Medical Journal Awards (BMJ) at a ceremony in London on 24 April 2019.