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I am delighted to announce that Psychreg made it through the public voting and is one of the eight finalists. Hence, I will now be attending the awards evening on the 20th of April 2018 which will be held at the Westminster Park Plaza Hotel in London. To be shortlisted for the UK Blog Awards is a great honour and I am truly grateful to all who made this possible!
The other five finalists are:
- Revolt Sexual Assault – They are working to expose the real nature and extent of sexual assault and harassment experienced by former and current students at university in the United Kingdom, and campaigning for the policy reform required at a national level to address this epidemic.
- MH Stories – We all have mental health and we need to remember that it’s just as important as our physical health. It is estimated that 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year. If it’s not you, you’re most likely know someone who has experienced it.
- Mental Health Bites – The website is run by Kel O’Neill: a counsellor, trainer, supervisor, and eating disorder recovery activist. Kel shares her passion for eating disorder awareness and all things mental health.
- MyNutriCounter – This is a a blog devoted to sending out a positive wave of nutrition and healthy eating.
- Cancer Research UK Science Blog – CRUK Science Blog covers the latest cancer research, health and policy news, including those that are funded by the charity.
The UK Blog Awards (UKBA) is held to recognise social media content for individuals and companies. The awards is now in its fourth year and have witnessed a substantial increase in the quality of entrants. UKBA is the UK’s biggest and longest running programme to recognise influencer talent. Follow them on Twitter @ using
#UKBA17. They also hold #BlogHour for networking each week.
For this year, UKBA received around out of the 4,000 entries and nominations. In April 2017, Psychreg emerged as a Highly Commended Blog.
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