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Unvaccinated, a BBC documentary looking at vaccine hesitancy, aired on BBC Two on Wednesday 20 July at 9pm. The documentary was filmed, in part, at St George’s.
20 July 2022
A study co-led by St George’s researchers found that parents and carers of children with congenital anomalies reported experiencing serious disruption to children’s care during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The results of a joint research project investigating the effectiveness of pharmacology teaching suggest that a problem-based learning curriculum can address diverse learning needs.
01 July 2022
Health and Social Care Secretary Sajid Javid visited St George’s this week to announce £1bn investment in mRNA research through a new government partnership.
24 June 2022
Part of the Education Ideas Hub lunchtime series.
19 October 2022
The EUROlinkCAT project recently held a conference, highlighting substantial differences in survival, hospitalisation and treatment for children born with birth defects compared to those without.
26 May 2022
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