Pioneer Competition Winner Announced

We recently asked a number of our most active members to send us a photo of themselves wearing a HealthUnlocked t-shirt and to put up a flyer in their local GP.

We were overwhelmed with the response. We received fabulous entries from around the world including Australia, Japan and the US. Some were very creative – kittens, kangaroos – but all brought us together with our desire to share health information and support around the world.

We’re happy to announce that the winner of the competition is… Kate from Hove in the UK!

We loved how Kate put the t-shirt on her daughter and wears it during visits to her home help patients, she also put up the poster in her local GP and pharmacist. We felt it made Kate a very worthy winner. Kate, for your effort you will shortly receive an iPad and a number of other goodies from us. Well done!

We’d also like to mention Lucy as our runner up who took a collage of photos of her children and nieces and nephews whilst on holiday on the Welsh coast. Lucy, your images also brought a massive smile to our faces here at HealthUnlocked and we’ll be sending you some goodies too.

          

We’d like to thank all our pioneers for taking part. We will shortly be contacting a number of you to see if you would like to take part in a special blog post about our pioneers and to hear a little more about your stories.

Thanks again to everyone who took part. We hope you continue to wear your HealthUnlocked t-shirt with pride.

 

Hugo Wiseman

Member Relations Manager


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