The study aims to recruit at least 10,000 people to better understand these mental health conditions.
An innovative approach to explore the experiences of UK parents who use drugs and how they engage with health and social care services.
Strategies used by people with autism to ‘fit in’ could be delaying diagnosis according to researchers at King’s College London.
A multidisciplinary team from King’s College London has been awarded £1.25 million to help combat a potentially fatal eating disorder.
Professor Edmund Sonuga-Barke, King’s College London, has been elected to the fellowship of the British Academy.
Staff from King’s College London and South London and Maudsley have launched a new autism and anxiety app with UK charity Autistica.
New film shows how King’s College Hospital’s Ophthalmology Team improved the quality of life of a patient with learning disabilities.
The world’s largest autism grant has been awarded to an international consortium academically led by King’s College London.
Karina Marshall-Tate, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, blogs about optimising care for people with learning disabilities.
King’s College London research shows high IQ autistic people who compensate for their condition could be more likely to experience anxiety.
Research from King’s College London shows dentists can play a key role in the early detection of health conditions.
A King’s College London study has shown that people with Down syndrome who develop dementia can benefit from conventional treatment.