Attending last year’s glitzy UK Blog Awards event I felt inspired, excited to be amongst you all as a Health and Social Care finalist, yet a little lost and alone in a professional world where blogging means big business. I hovered nervously at the edge, clutching my glass of bubbles […]Read More
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The Health and Socialcare category is always filled with bags of empathy and energy, illustrating real life experiences. Over the years, we have received some really powerful entrants from people who have embarked on an extremely difficult health journey to influencers sharing their professional and social insight. Both Dr. Rupy Aujla and Georgina […]Read More
With so much health information flying around these days, the path to wellbeing can be confusing to say the least. Public health guidelines from the NHS and government bodies are so generalised that they rarely seem to apply to individuals – or at least to us personally. We’re inundated with […]Read More
Health and Social Care blog award finalists the Older People’s Advocacy Alliance have been blogging for almost five years. Marie McWilliams, Operations Manager and blog lead for OPAAL shares her thoughts on the benefits of charity blogs. In the summer of 2012 our hand was forced – “produce a blog as part […]Read More
There are some people in the world that are here to help and make a difference, Chris is one of those people. The UK Blog Awards Health and Socialcare category, (winner’s or not) provides a platform for advice, comfort and inspiration. In 2007, Chris was diagnosed with Cancer and this […]Read More
Next up in our Insight interviews, we have caught up with 2016 Health and Social Care winner, Caron Cares. Caron Sprake set up her blog back in 2012 when she admits she was a complete technophobe, but her first online project has come such a long way since then. Caron tells […]Read More