On National No Smoking Day, nurse consultant Mary Yates shares her excitement about working towards a smoke-free England.
The SURE Recovery app has been launched to support people using substances to track their recovery journeys and set personal goals.
In one year, the cross-partner team has helped significantly reduce the number of alcohol-related admissions to King’s College Hospital.
Mary Yates reflects on five-years of supporting people to cut down and quit smoking.
A new team has helped divert nearly two-thirds of alcohol-related hospital admissions away from one of London’s busiest A&Es.
Two teams from King’s Health Partners won British Medical Journal Awards (BMJ) at a ceremony in London on 24 April 2019.
New research from King’s College London highlights the potential public health impact of changes to cannabis legislation.
Nationally smoking rates are falling, but certain groups are falling behind. On No Smoking Day, Nurse Consultant Mary Yates explains more.
The new report from King’s College London was commissioned for Public Health England as part of the government’s Tobacco Control Plan.
Results show a new team jointly led by King’s College Hospital and South London and Maudsley has successfully reduced pressures on A&E.
Research from King’s College London finds that smokers may be put off quitting with e-cigarettes due to misconceptions about their safety.
Staff across our partnership were recognised at the Lammy Awards for their outstanding contribution to health and social care in Lambeth.