Fuse blog shortlisted for the UK Blog Awards
The Fuse blog has been shortlisted for the final of the UK Blog Awards 2016.
Two thousand blogs entered the competition and more than 73,000 votes were cast, with the Fuse blog shortlisted for the final in two categories: health and social care, and education.
This is the first time that Fuse has entered the competition so we are very pleased to have been shortlisted - a big thank you to all those who voted for the blog.
Thanks must also go to everyone who has contributed to the blog so far. You have sparked great discussion and helped our readers learn what it is really like to work in public health. You make to Fuse blog what it is.
The UK Blog Awards are the only awards of their kind recognising a multitude of industry professional talent across the UK. The awards provide a unique opportunity for individual professionals from their sector and organisations to be recognised for their social media achievements through blogging.
The awards ceremony takes place on Friday 29 April at the Park Plaza, Westminster, London.
Please visit www.fuseopenscienceblog.blogspot.co.uk to read the blog or if you would like to write a post contact Emma Dorée, Fuse Communications Assistant, for more details email: E.Doree@tees.ac.uk or tel: 01642 342757.
Last modified: Tue, 31 Jul 2018 09:13:50 BST