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Health wins big at second UK Blog Awards

Evidently Cochrane named Company Health Blog of the Year

COLOUR-CHOICES-FOR-2015_forscreen-022-300x212Nic's Nutrition and Evidently Cochrane emerged winners from the UK Blog Awards, winning the individual and company awards for Health.

Twenty finalists in the Health category were debated over by industry experts from Bupa UK and NHS England.

Evidently Cochrane, which shares health evidence with a focus on Cochrane reviews of primary research in human healthcare, was crowned Company Health Blog of the Year.

Sarah Chapman, blogger at the UK Cochrane Centre, commented: “We were so delighted to win the Health award for Evidently Cochrane, Cochrane UK's blog. 

“Blogs are great for providing timely and accessible content and that's what our blogs so for health evidence.”

Nichola Whitehead took the award for Best Individual Health Blog of the Year for her blog, Nic's Nutrition. She is a registered dietician and started her blog in January 2012 as a way of promoting and motivating readers to pursue healthy eating.

Commenting on her award, Whitehead said: “Winning this award means that I will hopefully be able to reach more people who want nutrition advice that they can trust.

“My blog is my passion and hobby and although it takes up a considerable amount of my free time, I love hearing people letting me know how their lives have changed because of my recipes and tips.”

The Awards received 2,000 entries and 48,000 public votes. Students 4 Best Evidence, a community blog for students interested in evidence based healthcare, claimed the award for Best Company Education Blog of the Year.

Article by
Kirstie Pickering

27th April 2015

From: Marketing



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