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Award-winning human rights activist Dr Lady Phyll shares learnings from commitment to fighting for rights of LGBTQ+ people during Kingston University LGBT+ History Month event

Posted Monday 27 March 2023

Award-winning human rights activist Dr Lady Phyll shares learnings from commitment to fighting for rights of LGBTQ+ people during Kingston University LGBT+ History Month event

Pioneering British activist Dr Phyll Opoku-Gyimah, also known as Lady Phyll, has spoken to Kingston University staff and students as part of LGBT+ History Month celebrations.


World Social Work Day: Kingston University postgraduate student shares views on how respecting diversity and embracing change can drive social action

Posted Tuesday 21 March 2023

World Social Work Day: Kingston University postgraduate student shares views on how respecting diversity and embracing change can drive social action

To mark World Social Work Day on 21 March, Kingston University Master in Social Work student Diana Laura Gerardo Correa has penned her thoughts in response to this year's theme of Respecting Diversity through Joint Social Action.


New study shows medication adherence tool developed by Kingston University and Observia is world's first to predict hospital admissions and readmissions of Type 2 Diabetes patients

Posted Monday 20 March 2023

New study shows medication adherence tool developed by Kingston University and Observia is world's first to predict hospital admissions and readmissions of Type 2 Diabetes patients

A pioneering behavioural diagnostic tool developed by Kingston University and healthcare technology company Observia to help patients take their medication as prescribed is the first holistic model in the world to accurately predict hospital admissions and readmissions in people living with Type 2 Diabetes, according to a new study.


Importance of creative skills, storytelling and emerging technologies highlighted during national CHEAD conference at Kingston University

Posted Friday 17 March 2023

Importance of creative skills, storytelling and emerging technologies highlighted during national CHEAD conference at Kingston University

Leading figures from the worlds of art and design, business and politics have shared their views about the vital role creative skills and design thinking will play in shaping the future of the United Kingdom at a major conference hosted by Kingston University. The impact of emerging technologies on the creative sector and the skills needed for the next generation of graduates to help drive a thriving national economy were key focuses of the annual Council for Higher Education in Art and Design (CHEAD) conference.


Future of art and design education in the spotlight as Kingston University hosts annual CHEAD conference

Posted Wednesday 15 March 2023

Future of art and design education in the spotlight as Kingston University hosts annual CHEAD conference

This year's conference is centred around three key themes faced within art schools and across creative subject areas. Equality, diversity and inclusion, sustainability and the role educators can play in equipping students with the future skills needed to drive a flourishing national economy will all be major focuses of the delegates' discussions.


Kingston University Vice-Chancellor Professor Steven Spier appointed member of Creative Industries Council

Posted Wednesday 8 March 2023

Kingston University Vice-Chancellor Professor Steven Spier appointed member of Creative Industries Council

Kingston University Vice-Chancellor Professor Steven Spier has been appointed as a member of the Creative Industries Council – the joint industry and government forum that acts as a voice for the United Kingdom's creative sector.


Kingston University students and staff #EmbraceEquity on International Women's Day

Posted Wednesday 8 March 2023

Kingston University students and staff #EmbraceEquity on International Women's Day

Staff and students from across Kingston University have come together and shared photographs of themselves demonstrating their commitment to this year's International Women's Day theme #EmbraceEquity.


Kingston University nursing student highlights important role school nurses can play in identifying and supporting young people with eating disorders

Posted Monday 27 February 2023

Kingston University nursing student highlights important role school nurses can play in identifying and supporting young people with eating disorders

The vital role school nurses can play in addressing the rising number of eating disorders among children and young people has been outlined by a Kingston University student in a leading nursing journal.


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