MeeTwo’s Handbook for young people wins the BMA awards for Health and Social Care

Yesterday, the British Medical Association in London hosted the 2019 BMA Medical Awards. The annual awards are recognised as the most important endorsement of medical books and resources.

586 books were submitted to the 2019 Awards with around 400 volunteer judges providing reviews and clinical credibility for the Awards.

The MeeTwo Teenage Mental Help Handbook is the first publication of its kind. Created by the team behind the multi-award-winning MeeTwo app, the Handbook features personal stories, expert overviews and a uniquely holistic directory which provides an extensive range of self-help, digital  and real-world support.

Since the Handbook was launched on the 8th of October, 2018, at the Royal Society of Medicine, it has been donated to over 1,500 schools and is currently available on a buy one – donate one offer on the MeeTwo website.

This award comes just months after the MeeTwo app won the highly prestigious Tech4Good Award for both Connected Society and People’s Choice.