Nurse Consultant Mary Yates blogs about South London and Maudsley signing up to the NHS Smoke Free Pledge.
A new study has found that a concentrated naloxone nasal spray is highly effective at reversing opioid overdose.
King’s Health Partners has published the first outcomes book from our Addictions Clinical Academic Group.
Mary Yates blogs about smoking cessation, mental health, and how best to support people who want to quit.
Our partner trusts are hosting events throughout the month of October to raise awareness of available smoking cessation services.
News from Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) South London.
Researchers at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust have raised concerns over a rise in substance misuse among the over-50s.
Researchers from King’s College London have warned the availability of cheap tobacco is undermining efforts to quit smoking.
Research has revealed a 39% drop in physical assaults following the introduction of a smoke-free policy at South London and Maudsley.
Elana Covshoff writes about SHRINE, a new mind and body partnership initiative to improve access to sexual health services
King’s College London-led Cochrane Review finds standardised (or ‘plain’) tobacco packaging may reduce smoking prevalence.