In honour of World Autism Acceptance Week, Emma Yu caught up with Dr Vicky Slonims to learn more about her autism research
Findings from the study suggest up to one in seven children and young people who caught COVID-19 may still have symptoms 15 weeks later.
Our new Level 2: Mind and Body Awareness and Communication Skills - Children and Young People, is now available on our Learning Hub.
The progress of women and children through the wider south east London health system is being tracked for the first time.
Results from newly published study are invaluable in improving care for babies before they are born and after delivery.
Colleagues across King’s Health Partners have been newly awarded status for internationally excellent research.
Prof Lucy Chappell and Dr Caroline Jolley are nominated by the British Medical Association as role models for Women in Academic Medicine.
Dr Ingrid Wolfe to lead the Institute for the next six months whilst Prof Karen Edmond works with the WHO on novel coronavirus.
We look at the baby loss support services across our partnership, following the launch of a new collaborative service.
QUiPP will help identify women who need special treatments to ensure their babies have the best chance of a healthy life.
A co-sponsored study has found that children who are allergic to one type of nut could safely eat, on average, nine other types of nuts.
Plans for a ground-breaking new £65m centre for children and young people’s mental health have been launched today.