Between a third and half of all medicines aren’t taken as directed. Professor John Weinman takes a look at how we got here.
Maudsley Learning has launched with the mission to produce the highest-quality mental health and wellbeing education and training products.
The Medical Research Council has launched a new funding scheme – the Clinical Academic Research Partnership.
Researchers have identified a potential target that could lead to new treatments for triple negative breast cancer.
King’s College London research shows an exaggerated immune response could be linked to how chronic fatigue syndrome begins.
Computers have been used to accurately distinguish between individuals with Dissociative Identity Disorder and healthy individuals.
Prof Sir Robert Lechler, Executive Director, King's Health Partners, reflects back on the highlights of 2018.
The announcement was made as Her Royal Highness visited Evelina London with The Duke of Cambridge.
A team working across King’s College London and Evelina London will seek to increase understanding and treatment of the condition.
A round up of our partnership in the media over the past two weeks.
Children exposed to diesel-dominated air pollution in London are showing poor lung capacity finds King's College London.
Noise in hospitals is a common concern and getting worse according to researchers from King’s College London.