[MEDIA] Question Health: The Big C with @UCLan, hosted by @iAmLaurenMahon #YouMeBigC

Question Health: The Big C took place at UCLan, Victoria Mill, Burnley on 6 February 2019. The full debate was broadcast on Showcase, SKY Channel 192 (Free Sat Channel 161) on Wednesday 10 April 2019, 7.00pm-8.00pm. The debate is hosted by Lauren Mahon from BBC 5 Live ‘You, Me and the Big C’. The panel consists of clinicians and academics addressing questions from the audience that cover many aspects of the diagnosis and management of…

[EVENT] Collecting Material from #OutOfControl Conference

Yesterday, I went to the #OutOfControl conference organised by Natalie Collins, tied to the release of her book. I shared my material yesterday, but also collected the tweets together in Wakelet (have now told Natalie about this tool, and think she may be doing a more curated version) - they are in reverse order, and aside from taking out tweets not related to the event, not curated:

[MEDIA] Talking about Social Media, Young People and the @socialmediaAPPG Report on @PremierRadio

So, the BBC published this story off the back of the report I blogged about earlier, highlighting: The report acknowledged there was still a lack of robust scientific evidence that social media actually causes mental health problems in young people, but it said precautionary measures should be taken to minimise any potential harm. The report's main recommendations include: creating a Social Media Health Alliance, funded by a 0.5% tax on the profits of social media companies,…

[EVENT] Picking the ideas for @ChurchofEngland at #CofELabs

So, yesterday, I really enjoyed attending the Church of England 'Live Labs' digital sprint. Last year was the first year that the Church of England digital team (first formed in 2016) tried this, and they gave everyone attending an open brief to come up with an idea that the Church of England could use... this resulted in some grand ideas, and also two very useable ideas that the church has taken up in the past…

[MEDIA] Talking teens, social media, and ‘life worth living’ with @TWRuk

Do teens really think life isn’t worth living? @drbexl joins us to challenge the findings of a Prince’s Trust/YouGov report. Tune in to #TWRNewsDesk now or later at https://t.co/qTjX5w6bhj pic.twitter.com/juISliKHFL — TWR-UK (@TWRuk) February 9, 2019 The full programme can be found on the TWR site, or the story extract here (recorded Tuesday 5th, programme 9th): See related story in Rochdale Herald, and the story in the Guardian that I was responding to.