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Healthcare pioneer Dame Elizabeth Anionwu opens Kingston University's state-of-the-art immersive pharmacy skills simulation suites

Posted Thursday 9 February 2023

Healthcare pioneer Dame Elizabeth Anionwu opens Kingston University's state-of-the-art immersive pharmacy skills simulation suites

Two hi-tech pharmacy laboratories that will enable students to learn in a safe environment that simulates real-life healthcare settings have been opened at Kingston University by healthcare pioneer Professor Dame Elizabeth Anionwu. The simulation suites consist of a mock hospital ward, pharmacy dispensing suite and GP surgery, and are equipped with the latest technology including patient simulator mannequins that students can administer drugs to and monitor their pulse and breathing.


Kingston University nursing student reflects on experience of working as a prison nurse on placement at young offender institution

Posted Monday 6 February 2023

Kingston University nursing student reflects on experience of working as a prison nurse on placement at young offender institution

International student Athira Gangadharan, from India, is in her final year of a masters course in adult nursing at Kingston University. Here, she shares reflections on her elective placement at a male young offender institution.


Highlights of 2022 – a year of reconnecting and national recognition for Kingston University

Posted Monday 19 December 2022

Highlights of 2022 – a year of reconnecting and national recognition for Kingston University

Kingston University students, staff and alumni have achieved many prestigious awards, milestones and other notable successes during 2022.


Kingston Business School students put future skills teaching into practice at simulated assessment centre

Posted Monday 19 December 2022

Kingston Business School students put future skills teaching into practice at simulated assessment centre

Undergraduates from Kingston Business School were given the opportunity to hone their communication and problem-solving skills in front of graduate recruiters during a simulated assessment centre experience.


Kingston University's Future Skills campaign scoops top prize at PRCA-PoliMonitor Public Affairs Awards

Posted Wednesday 7 December 2022

Kingston University's Future Skills campaign scoops top prize at PRCA-PoliMonitor Public Affairs Awards

Kingston University's sector-leading work highlighting the importance of future skills to a thriving national economy has been named exceptional campaign of the year at the annual PRCA-PoliMonitor Public Affairs Awards.


Big ideas shared on linking higher education with enterprise at Business Innovation and Growth Summit at Kingston University

Posted Thursday 1 December 2022

Big ideas shared on linking higher education with enterprise at Business Innovation and Growth Summit at Kingston University

Trailblazers in business, higher education and local government from across South London have come together at Kingston University to share insights on the benefits of working in partnership at a Business Innovation and Growth Summit.


Kingston University's work to embed future skills throughout curriculum draws praise from Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey during campus visit

Posted Tuesday 22 November 2022

Kingston University's work to embed future skills throughout curriculum draws praise from Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey during campus visit

A group of senior Liberal Democrat MPs has visited Kingston University to find out more about how the institution is preparing students for career success through a progressive new model of education helping them develop future skills. The University has been highlighting the importance of skills for innovation to the national economy as part of its Future Skills campaign, which has found problem solving, digital competency and the ability to analyse and think creatively were among the graduate attributes businesses most valued.


Kingston University's Navigate modules to prepare students for career success as part of drive to embed future skills across curriculum

Posted Wednesday 16 November 2022

 Kingston University's Navigate modules to prepare students for career success as part of drive to embed future skills across curriculum

Kingston University is embedding a new model of education across its curriculum with the launch of the Navigate programme – ensuring students on all courses are equipped with the skills, experience and opportunities to succeed in their future careers.


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