Year: 2016


Best Team Performance

Announcing the finalists for the 2016 Best Team Performance... Health activism doesn’t have to be a one man/woman show. This award is for those teams who work better together. Whether it be a group that runs an online chat, a non-profit organization, or a caregiver and patient duo – this award is for a team…

Best in Show: Pinterest Finalists

Announcing the finalists for the 2016 Best in Show:Pinterest Award... From fashion to DIY crafts, Pinterest never fails to offer ideas, tips and tricks! What health advocate is utilizing the power of Pinterest to spread awareness for health? Whether they are pinning funny memes, sentimental reminders or informative tips and research, which board do you feel…

Best in Show: Facebook Finalists

  Announcing the finalists for the 2016 Best in Show: Facebook Award...   Facebook is a community all its own. Over the past few years it has transformed from a place for a personal profile to a real hub for discourse, conversation, and community. Who has the best Facebook Group or Page of anyone you know?…

Best in Show: Instagram Finalists

Announcing the finalists for the 2016 Best in Show: Instagram Award... A picture is worth a thousand words, a cliché perhaps but none the less true. This award is for the Health Activists who use a more visual medium to connect with their community. Who uses Instagram for a higher purpose? The Best in Show:…

Best Kept Secret Finalists

Announcing the finalists for the 2016 Best Kept Secret Award...   The internet is a vast place, making it near impossible to find all of the amazing content that exists. But people often have the best recommendations – so which Health Activist would you recommend that everyone follow? Who is a hidden gem who creates great…

Best in Show: Youtube Finalists

Announcing the finalists for the 2016 Best in Show: Youtube Award...   Some people have combined a bit of offline and online by taking their activism to YouTube! These brave advocates star in videos as a way to connect with fellow patients and caregivers and they are great at it. You feel connected to them and…
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