Introducing Qutee - Join the Conversation

31st August 2016

A brand new space to discuss meningitis - experiences, news, worries - join our new hub

Qutee enables people to have specific conversations about topics such as the Men B vaccine, viral meningitis, after effects and allows sharing with others who have also been effected by meningitis.

We are excited to announce our new partnership with Qutee, a brand new social platform where we can discuss all aspects of meningitis. From meningitis research to viral meningitis, personal experiences and vaccines, it is a fantastic hub to share thoughts and information from both ourselves as an organisation and also our readers and supporters.

With these conversations we will be able to gather more valuable data about the concerns and questions of people looking to learn about meningitis. With this in mind we will have even greater insight into how we can help further.

To join the conversation simply click over to our Meningitis Now Qutee page, sign up free and start posting. Vote on our polls, post your questions, share stories and interesting links – whatever you’d like to talk about.

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