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Help shape the future healthcare professionals for Kent and Medway

Canterbury Christ Church University is asking local people to help shape new degree programmes and support the region’s future healthcare provision and workforce.

05 August 2022

Ancient Egyptian mummified head scanned at Maidstone Hospital for research

An ancient mummified Egyptian head has been examined using a computed tomography (CT) scanner at Maidstone Hospital with the aim to reveal and reconstruct the hidden history of the individual.

12 July 2022

Talking therapies lockdown project goes from strength to strength

Alex Richardson, a Mental Health Nursing graduate at Canterbury Christ Church University, is now the Chief Executive of his own charity Keep Talking Services.

01 July 2022

A virtual reality ‘Shopping Task’ could help test for cognitive decline in adults

New research from Kent and Medway Medical School and the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King’s College London

28 January 2022

Principal Lecturer honoured in top 50 kindness leaders in UK

Mary Brown, Principal Lecturer in the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work, has been recognised as one of the top 50 leaders in the UK to lead with kindness.

17 November 2021

Sidney De Haan Research Centre secures major funding from the Oak Foundation

The Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health has secured a new grant from the Oak Foundation for a six-year period - September 2020 to August 2026.

09 August 2021

New charter reinforces our commitment to mental health

Canterbury Christ Church University is one of 32 institutions across the UK to join the new Student Minds University Mental Health Charter Programme.

28 July 2021

Pioneering research in Diagnostic Radiography

For more than 30 years Dr Keith Piper has been leading and developing pioneering research in Diagnostic Radiography.

27 July 2021

New video helps young people experiencing psychosis

20 July 2021

Athletes may have more than twice the risk of irregular heart rhythm

Athletes appear to be almost two and half times more likely than non-athletes to experience irregular heart rhythms (atrial fibrillation).

13 July 2021

Mental Health Nursing student starts up talking therapy service following success of trial during lockdown

A third-year Mental Health Nursing student, who set up his own check in and chat service last year to support elderly and vulnerable people, has now received investor backing and support.

12 May 2021

Kent and Medway Medical School receives extra £1million of Local Growth Funding

The South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP) Accountability Board, has awarded the Kent and Medway Medical School a further £1million of Local Growth Funding.

26 February 2021

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