The talkhealth newsletter for August went out on 1st August – if you are a member you hopefully will have received your copy (we only send out if you’ve specifically said you’d like a copy), if you haven’t see it – here it is!!!!! Alternatively you can always find our latest newsletter under the news section in the each health hub.
The talkhealth feedback survey was closed at the end of July and we’ve been overwhelmed with all your kind words and all the great information and thoughts you generously shared with us about what you think of our new platform. We will publish a summary of the results for everyone to see in the next few weeks but there is quite a lot to digest. We’re particularly pleased at just how many people would like to be on the talkhealth review panel which we are currently developing, so hopefully not too long to wait now.
This month sees the start of our Online Clinic series to be regularly featured on UK Health Radio. Charities, experts and people affected by the clinic’s health condition will all be speaking with the radio presenter John Hicks. The plan is to make the programme available with the clinic so that no-one misses it – so watch the space on the Clinic promo page….
This leads neatly on to this month’s Online Clinic starting on 14th August on CFS, Fibromyalgia and ME. We’re also running the talkhealth monthly survey on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, which is open to all so please do participate, and you might be one of our lucky M&S voucher winners for your trouble.
We’ve also recently appointed a new PR agency Beattie. Our aim as always is to highlight our support to those living day to day with chronic conditions, and one of the best ways to do that is to read and hear people’s own stories…. Thus we are actively on the look out for people who have a health story who would be willing to share it with the press and by doing so helping others to understand that they are not allow. If you are interested just click the link to let us know which areas of health you can offer such support – (everyone one is welcome from those affected directly with a condition, to carer, expert and interested parties).