GWUK starred in an hour-long BBC TV documentary, narrated by Fergal Keane, called "Get Well NI", which was broadcast on BBC1 Northern Ireland on 5 May 2008. Read more and watch the film online here.
We produced three short videos about MYMOPS, the "Measure Yourself Medical Outcome Profile", which is a patient-generated audit tool which allows the patient to decide from their own perspective what to measure as an indication of health improvements and then measures changes over time. Read more and watch the videos here.
GWUK has written or been the subject of nine reports, audits and evaluations. Read them here.
Prince Charles presented Get Well UK with the "Integrated Health Futures Award" at the Awards for Good Practice in Integrated Healthcare in 2005.
Our founder, Boo Armstrong, was invited to dress in a very silly/highly stylish (depending on your opinion of fashion) outfit for a photoshoot in the Observer Magazine after reaching the final five in the Courvoisier Future 500 awards of 2008. "The five finalists were passionate, well-versed in their subject and very eloquent... displaying exceptional vision and drive."
- CAM Magazine presented Get Well UK with the 2006 CAM Award for "Outstanding Contribution to the Community". Simon Martin, Editor of CAM Magazine said "Congratulations and thanks for the work you are doing for complementary and alternative medicine."