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December 2019

Kingston School of Art students create bear sculpture to shine new light on homelessness and the climate crisis this festive period

Posted Monday 23 December 2019

Kingston School of Art students create bear sculpture to shine new light on homelessness and the climate crisis this festive period

A life size light sculpture polar bear symbolising the plight of the homeless and the importance of living sustainably during the festive period has been created by students from Kingston School of Art's Creative and Cultural Industries.


Kingston University students explore how artificial intelligence can improve access to NHS patient records in pioneering health hackathon

Posted Monday 23 December 2019

Kingston University students explore how artificial intelligence can improve access to NHS patient records in pioneering health hackathon

The two international technology firms challenged Kingston University's nursing, computer science, digital media, mathematics and UX design students to explore how RPA could be applied to save healthcare professionals valuable time on hospital wards. Participating teams had to consider information governance, legal and policy issues and apply technical, design, and problem-solving skills to deliver an intuitive user experience.


Leading Kingston University and St George's, University of London midwifery expert called upon to help transform quality of care in Bangladesh

Posted Friday 20 December 2019

Leading Kingston University and St George's, University of London midwifery expert called upon to help transform quality of care in Bangladesh

A leading midwifery expert from Kingston University and St George's, University of London has been called upon to support a Royal College of Midwives Twinning Project with the Bangladesh Midwifery Society to help develop the profession in the country.


Reintroduction of Government grants for student nurses is step in right direction but more must be done, Kingston University expert says

Posted Wednesday 18 December 2019

Reintroduction of Government grants for student nurses is step in right direction but more must be done, Kingston University expert says

The British Government's decision to reintroduce grants for aspiring nurses studying at university will increase the talent pool and allow students to enjoy learning with less anxiety around financial pressures, according to the head of nursing at Kingston University and St George's, University of London. 


Kingston University Stylophone Orchestra record David Bowie classic Space Oddity with super producer Tony Visconti

Posted Tuesday 17 December 2019

Kingston University Stylophone Orchestra record David Bowie classic Space Oddity with super producer Tony Visconti

World renowned super producer Tony Visconti has lent his talents to Kingston University's Stylophone Orchestra for a unique rendition of David Bowie's classic Space Oddity, created from recordings of the much loved vintage analogue synthesizer. The session, held at the Music Department's Visconti Studio at the Kingston Hill campus, revealed new layers to the song, 50 years after its original release.

November 2019

Kingston Business School launches funded programme to help microbusinesses use tech to grow

Posted Thursday 28 November 2019

Kingston Business School launches funded programme to help microbusinesses use tech to grow

Kingston Business School is inviting 50 leaders of microbusinesses to join a management programme that will help them engage with technology to boost their productivity.


Public believe more than half of fake news about healthcare spread online, major study by Kingston University reveals

Posted Wednesday 20 November 2019

Public believe more than half of fake news about healthcare spread online, major study by Kingston University reveals

With vaccine hesitancy named as one of the 10 biggest global threats by the World Health Organisation, discriminating between scientifically proven facts and fake news is becoming increasingly important in safeguarding public health. Yet a major new piece of research by leading health economists from Kingston University has revealed more than 60 per cent of fake news read online about healthcare issues is considered credible - and trust in such claims increases if a story is seen multiple times.


Best-selling author Rachel Joyce reveals how the imaginary world of books can create a safe haven during Kingston University Big Read campus visits

Posted Tuesday 19 November 2019

Best-selling author Rachel Joyce reveals how the imaginary world of books can create a safe haven during Kingston University Big Read campus visits

Acclaimed author and playwright Rachel Joyce has enthralled hundreds of students, staff and readers from across the community during talks about her novel, ‘The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry', as part of Kingston University's Big Read initiative.

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