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No images? Click here   Subscribe       ​ King’s Health Partners News All the latest news, research, events, and opportunities in your inbox 20 October 2022 ​   ‘My first two years have been a privilege
and a pleasure’
Prof Richard Trembath, Executive Director, King’s Health Partners (KHP), shares his personal reflections on two unprecedented years while at the helm of KHP, and what’s next for an Academic Health Sciences Centre in challenging times ahead. Read Richard’s insights ➝   Is obesity a disease? And if so, how do we diagnose it? The Lancet Commission on Diagnostic Criteria of Clinical Obesity is now running, hosted by KHP Diabetes, Endocrinology and Obesity.    Find out more ➝     NIHR Maudsley BRC Award The National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) has published details of its awards for Biomedical Research Centres (BRC), including £41 million to the NIHR Maudsley BRC. How this funding will benefit research ➝     Last chance to register There’s just one week left until King’s Health Partners Annual Conference, which is taking place virtually on Thursday 27 October, 9am – 4:30pm. This unmissable event will offer you a unique opportunity to hear from clinical, academic, and health system leaders, and develop plans for further partnership working to improve health outcomes and experiences for our patients, families, and communities.  Don’t miss out ➝   Global Health Partnerships: A foundation for mutual learning Laura Semple, volunteer for King’s Global Health Partnerships, reflects on what volunteering has meant to her and the invaluable lessons she has taken back to her work in the NHS. Read about her experiences ➝     Six myths and misconceptions around lower back pain Consultant Spinal Physiotherapist Andrew McCarter, King’s College Hospital and MSK Lead, South East London and Kent Regional Spinal Network, tackles subjects including bad posture, lifting, a weak core, and the back’s vulnerability. Hear from Andrew ➝     Looking after your mental health World Mental Health Day took place on 10 October 2022 with the theme ‘Make mental health and wellbeing for all a global priority’. It was a chance to talk about mental health in general, how we need to look after it, and how important it is to talk about things and get help if you are struggling. To mark this day, we spoke to King’s Health Partners Mind & Body team and Champions network who shared their thoughts and reflections on making mental health a priority in their work and day-to-day lives. What they said ➝   ADHD and intellectual disability With under-recognition in referral and diagnosis, Dr Melanie Palmer of IoPPN explains how a project aims to support professionals to better screen ADHD in intellectually disabled individuals. Learn about the project ➝     Academic Surgical Grand Round Join us on 20 October, 5:30pm – 6:30pm, where we will hear from a number of leading surgeons, including Mr Joydeep Sinha, Mr Raghbir Khakha, and Prof Amar Rangan, on Paediatric Surgery. Hear from the experts ➝     Leaning into surgical technology and innovation Dr Nadine Hachach-Haram, Consultant Plastic Surgeon and Director of Clinical Innovation and Strategic Partnerships, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS FT, explains how Proximie, an innovative technology platform, is helping to improve surgical education and performance. She also shares her ambitions for delivering better patient outcomes in London and beyond. Hear from Dr Hachach-Haram ➝   Primary Care webinar ‘Digital changes in Primary Care’, will detail the Discovery Data Service which aims to link healthcare data sets and the new version of the London Care Record; 26 October at 1pm. Register via Eventbrite ➝     Mind & Body IMPHS webinar series Join the KHP Mind & Body team to reflect on the progress we’ve made to integrate mental and physical healthcare in south east London. Sessions take place every Wednesday, 1pm – 2pm, from 16 November – 22 February. Register here ➝     2022–23 academic promotions round  Applications are invited from members of non-clinical and clinical academic staff of King’s College London wishing to be promoted to Senior Lecturer, Reader or Professor.  More details ➝      Cancer Research Fellowships An exciting opportunity for medical and non-medical research fellows to undertake a patient-based and clinically relevant research project. There are two projects available in south east London (King’s College Hospital and Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS FTs) More information ➝     Events and opportunities Maudsley Lectures in Psychoanalysis – Dialogues between Mind and Body. Understanding the work that goes on in medical and surgical settings through a series of dialogues between psychoanalysts and medical and surgical colleagues. Mondays from 3 October – 12 December, 6:30 – 8:00pm. More information and to book your place.     KCL FoLSM is delivering an inaugural lecture series featuring inspiring talks from some of its brightest minds. The next session features Prof Helen Collins and Prof Mauro Giacca; 26 October, 4:30pm – 7:30pm. Sign up here.     IMPARTS five-day course: Mental health skills for non-mental health professionals. Running on Tuesdays weekly from 1 November – 29 November. Sign up here.   CITI Spotlight Series: Innovative health tech and clinical practice transforming healthcare; 3 November, 7:30pm – 8:30pm. Register here.     Two-day Cardiac Advanced Life Support Course with Prof Brendan Madden, St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, 3 – 4 November. Application form can be found on the GAPS simulation website.     KHP Mind & Body is delivering a series of monthly events to bring clinical departments using IMPARTS together, share experiences, and reflect on topics of interest. Next session is on 22 November, 4pm – 5pm. Register here.     NIHR Maudsley BRC’s ‘BRC in the Community’ event will celebrate mental health research taking place in south London; 23 November, 5:30pm. Register here.   Applications are now open for the KCL’s PhD Programme in Mental Health Research for Health Professionals. Apply by 1pm on 1 December.     Level 3: Putting Mind & Body Skills Into Practice. This is a half-day multi-professional course aimed at secondary care clinical staff working in the adult physical health setting and/or psychiatric setting; 5 December, 9am – 1:30pm. Sign up here.     The Essential Knowledge for Obstetric Medicine – developed to address the knowledge gaps that contribute to poor outcomes and indirect cause of maternal death. January – April 2023. Apply via KCL short courses.     Partner news     Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust Support for pregnant Black women.Trust nurses recognised as Rising Stars.“Talking about Black history also means we need to talk about Black futures.”Thrill-seeking teen abseils to thank hospital. King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Trust team wins Royal Society of Medicine award.Call for local families to take part in new research. King’s College London Dr Alessio Vagnoni receives Leverhulme Trust Research Project Grant.Studies reveal complexity of immune responses in patients receiving treatment for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.KCL hosts South London Listens Accountability Assembly.Experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 associated with poorer mental health. South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust Sir Norman Lamb, Chair of South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, shares his thoughts on World Mental Health Day 2022.The Trust launches anti-racism vision statement.New poll from King’s Maudsley Partnership reveals parents’ mental health concerns.Book to support young people with appearance anxiety available in all public libraries.AHP Day: Gabrielle Richards MBE. NIHR Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre New study reveals possible brain mechanisms behind COVID-19 delirium.     Beyond the partnership… NIHR ARC South London Local community join seminar on reducing harm caused by smoking and alcohol.           Tweet     Share     Forward   Published by King’s Health Partners © 2022 King’s Health Partners. All rights reserved. Preferences  |  Unsubscribe    
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