Setting out the ways the Trust will improve mental health care and support for patients and staff, alongside their physical needs.
A roundup of our partnership in the media over the past two weeks.
New research finds that a diet low in fermented carbohydrates has improved quality of life for sufferers of inflammatory bowel disease.
The Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre conference invited 300 students, staff and more to learn about current and future plans.
A teenage girl has become the youngest person in the UK to be fitted with an invisible hearing implant after surgery at St Thomas’ Hospital.
New research from King’s College London has found that maternal stress before and during pregnancy could affect a baby’s brain development.
Mary Yates reflects on five-years of supporting people to cut down and quit smoking.
Aileen Jackson, Head of Mental Health at the Health Innovation Network, blogs about a new national digital suicide prevention resource.
Evelina London is marking its 150th year by looking back on its pioneering history and celebrating those who go the extra mile.
'ON EDGE: Living in an Age of Anxiety' is open at Science Gallery London, combining research & expression to convey experiences of anxiety.
To mark Sickle Cell Awareness Month, we asked Prof Jo Howard to outline how King’s Health Partners Haematology is helping patients.
King’s College London researchers collected data from women in military families.