Far be it from me –

Nominate your favourite #mentalhealth tweeters in the #Twentalhealthawards 2013

on December 7, 2013


Last year the first #Twentalhealthawards were held on the World of Mentalists blog, recognising the best in mental health tweeting. It’s now returning for a second time, and you lot get to decide the winners.

Meanwhile, the judges for the This Week in Mentalists Awards 2013 have been voting on the shortlist of mental health blogs and vlogs, and the results will be announced publicly on 21st December. Meanwhile, you can still nominate up to that date in the Best New Blog/Vlog and Most Sadly Missed Blog/Vlog categories by clicking here and leaving a comment.

For the #Twentalhealthawards, the categories are:

Patient Experience












Social Work

Occupational Therapy

Professional Not Otherwise Specified (basically a professional involved in mental health who isn’t a psychiatrist, psychologist, nurse, social worker or OT)




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