Child development expert Dr Jo Van Herwegen has been based in the House of Commons for a week finding out how research can effectively influence policy.
Professor of Modern European Philosophy Stella Sandford has been awarded more than £141,000 from the leading research funder to explore the philosophical basis of sex classification in natural history.
People who travel internationally as part of their work are more likely to engage in risky behaviour while away from home, according to a new study by Kingston University and International SOS Foundation.
Kingston University and St George's, University of London are leading a study to establish the best way to diagnose people suspected of having a heart attack after being awarded a £196,500 grant by the British Heart Foundation.
Persuading more health workers to have the flu jab to protect themselves and their patients cannot be done through facts and statistics alone, new research by a leading behavioural scientist from Kingston University has revealed.
Professor of Cardiovascular Nursing Tom Quinn has been awarded an Honorary Fellowship from the College of Paramedics in recognition of his achievements and outstanding contribution to improving and advancing paramedic practice and, in turn, improving both patient care and population health.
Health and wellbeing expert Gill Mein and statistician Robert Grant from the department of rehabilitation sciences found older people who own pets fall asleep more easily and feel consistently more positive about their local environment than those who don't have animals.
Kingston University's Robot Vision team will explore how 5G could allow intelligent drones to monitor crops and livestock on farms as part of nine-partner initiative trialling innovative uses of the technology across a range of rural applications.
Academics from across Kingston University's four Faculties have been selected to play a key role in helping identify the country's brightest emerging research talent as part of a new fellowship set up by national funding agency UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).
Ensuring physiotherapists, paramedics, occupational therapists and the other roles that make up the 14 allied health professions have robust, strategic-level leadership in place is key to unlocking their potential to transform patient care across the NHS, new research by Kingston University and St George's, University of London, has revealed.
Research by Kingston Business School professor Giampiero Favato has led to the Joint Committee of Vaccinations and Immunisations advising Government to vaccinate boys against HPV which in turn has led to health ministers in England, Scotland and Wales confirming the HPV vaccine will be extended to all UK boys by September next year.
Professor Jill Schofield – an eminent business management expert and academic leader – has been appointed Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean of Kingston University's new Faculty of Business and Social Sciences.
As the NHS turns 70, three experts from the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education have highlighted some of the fundamental issues the service needs to navigate as it looks to the future.
Kingston University's commitment to being at the heart of the community was highlighted at its annual Civic Reception which gave guests the opportunity to come in and see the work of staff and students.
A series of number games proven to boost pre-school children's confidence and ability in maths in just five weeks has been produced for nurseries and parents by a leading child psychologist from Kingston University.
Kingston University has been named in the world's top 200 young universities in the latest international rankings by sector-leading publication the Times Higher Education (THE)
Home carers who provide support to elderly people with dementia need more support to help them cope with the emotional pressures of the job, found a report by Kingston University and Kings College London.
Professor Fiona Ross, a leading expert in nursing and services for older peoplefrom Kingston University and St George's, University of London, has been appointed to the REF's Equality and Diversity Advisory Panel
Researchers from Kingston University have played a key role in developing a resource for employers to help staff members returning to work after absence due to mental ill health.
The laws around cyberbullying and bullying, plus training for mental health assessments of victims, are in need of an urgent review, according to a leading psychology expert from Kingston University.