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Kingston University leads research into local digital public health campaigns

Posted Monday 22 January 2024

Kingston University leads research into local digital public health campaigns

Kingston University academics and staff from the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames' Department of Health Behaviours and Public Health Services have published an evaluation of the effectiveness of a series of locally-led digital public health campaigns.


Significant book on improving quality of nursing care for older people published by Kingston University Emerita Professor

Posted Tuesday 16 May 2023

Significant book on improving quality of nursing care for older people published by Kingston University Emerita Professor

The latest instalment in a series of books designed to help health professionals wanting to improve the quality of care for older people has been published by a health and social care expert at Kingston University.


Covid-19 conspiracy theories led to lower uptake of vaccine and testing among Black community, research by Kingston University finds

Posted Wednesday 11 January 2023

Covid-19 conspiracy theories led to lower uptake of vaccine and testing among Black community, research by Kingston University finds

A belief that Covid-19 was a myth created to control ethnic populations, or a virus created to eliminate the Black community were among the conspiracy theories that caused a lower engagement of health prevention methods among UK Black communities, research by Kingston University experts has shown.


Community pharmacy-led vaccination champion scheme helped thousands of patients overcome hesitancy around Covid-19 jabs, Kingston University research finds

Posted Monday 28 November 2022

Community pharmacy-led vaccination champion scheme helped thousands of patients overcome hesitancy around Covid-19 jabs, Kingston University research finds

An award-winning scheme that saw community pharmacists support patients to understand the benefits of being jabbed against Covid-19 and overcome initial hesitancy proved hugely successful, new research by an expert from Kingston University has shown.


Younger generation experienced most workplace stress during Covid-19 pandemic, Kingston University researcher finds

Posted Monday 14 November 2022

Younger generation experienced most workplace stress during Covid-19 pandemic, Kingston University researcher finds

A study undertaken by management experts at Kingston University's Business School and Maynooth University in Ireland has shown people in the early stages of their careers were more likely to be impacted by workplace stress during the Covid-19 pandemic.


Challenges posed by Covid-19 and climate catastrophe to be examined at Kingston School of Art's Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts conference

Posted Tuesday 23 August 2022

Challenges posed by Covid-19 and climate catastrophe to be examined at Kingston School of Art's Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts conference

Three days of keynote addresses, panel discussions, musical concerts, workshops and performance pieces will see attendees explore the theme of Digital Sustainability: From Resilience to Transformation in light of the immediate challenges posed by the pandemic and the longer-term shadow of climate change.


Kingston University academic stalwarts retire after dedicating careers to nursing and social care education

Posted Monday 1 August 2022

Kingston University academic stalwarts retire after dedicating careers to nursing and social care education

Two leading Kingston University academics who have devoted their careers to sharing their specialist knowledge with generations of students have retired after more than 90 years' combined experience in their fields.


Kingston University's pioneering and innovative academic expertise to be celebrated during annual Festival of Research

Posted Wednesday 15 June 2022

Kingston University's pioneering and innovative academic expertise to be celebrated during annual Festival of Research

The breadth and impact of research carried out across Kingston University and the contribution it makes to society will be celebrated during the institution's annual Festival of Research later this month.

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