King's College London

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King's College London is one of the oldest universities in the United Kingdom.[1] Several other notable institutions have merged with King's College over the years, including Guy's, King's and St Thomas's School of Medicine, and The Institute of Psychiatry.[1]

Notable people

Florence Nightingale is one of King's most notable historical people.

History

ME/CFS Researchers

Freedom of Information Act requests

King's College London refused to provide information requested about "substantiated claims of harassment of allegations of threats" to staff under the Freedom of Information Act, claiming this information was exempt from disclosure on the grounds that it may identify individuals.[2] However, controversial researcher Sir Simon Wessely, who is employed by King's College has repeatedly identified himself as the victim of harassment, abuse and even death threats in a number of news articles.

Online presence

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See also

Learn more

References

  1. 1.01.1 King's College London. "About Us - History". www.kcl.ac.uk. Retrieved Feb 21, 2019. 
  2. King's College London (Jan 17, 2017). "Freedom of Information Act request 370916, response 921879" (PDF). 

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