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Posted Monday 29 November 2021
A Kingston University undergraduate has been hailed as Student Nurse of the Year by a leading Chief Nursing Officer for her work in improving outcomes for people with learning disabilities. Third year student Jessica Ball followed in the footsteps of her parents Alison and Christopher, who also studied nursing some 35 years ago and were taught by the same lecturer.
Posted Thursday 25 November 2021
A building surveying student has been awarded a bursary to support her through her studies at Kingston University from not-for-profit initiative and registered charity the Chancerygate Foundation.
Posted Tuesday 16 November 2021
Sophie Robbins decided to re-enter education in her early 50s to pursue a career in nursing. Now in her second year of an adult nursing degree at Kingston University, Sophie reflects on her student placements – which included working on a Covid-19 positive ward at the height of the pandemic.
Posted Thursday 4 November 2021
A Kingston University social work student has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award in recognition for her work with children and young people.
Posted Tuesday 2 November 2021
The value of degree apprenticeships was on the agenda as Kingston University's nursing associate students and staff received a visit from the Chief Executive of the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education. Jennifer Coupland, former Director of Professional and Technical Education in the Department for Education, met and spoke with students on the University's nursing associate degree apprenticeship programme and watched them in practice. She also found out more about both the nursing associate and social work degree apprenticeship courses from academics teaching on the programmes.
Posted Friday 29 October 2021
A research assistant at Kingston University has been named one of the top 100 most influential disabled people in the United Kingdom in the Shaw Trust's prestigious Disability Power 100.
Posted Monday 25 October 2021
Kingston University researchers will examine whether artificial intelligence (AI) can be safely and effectively used to detect diabetic eye disease in an international project that could lead to the first widespread use of AI within the NHS. Academics from the University's Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing will be working with several partner institutions on the £500,000 project, funded by NHSX – an organisation that leads on digital transformation in the NHS – and the Health Foundation, and enabled by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR).
Posted Friday 22 October 2021
A network set up by Kingston Business School to address the challenges female entrepreneurs face has gone from strength to strength in its first year.