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About: Grady.Stewart@wegohealth.com

Grady Stewart
Grady is the Junior Associate for the Patient Leader Network team. He is passionate about supporting patients worldwide and raising awareness for the chronic illness community.

Posts by Grady.Stewart@wegohealth.com:

Social Health Awards | How It Works

The Social Health Awards, previously known as the WEGO Health Awards, are kicking off to celebrate patient leaders from across all platforms. Though we’ve made some exciting enhancements to this year’s program, our goal and intention remain the same: to empower and celebrate those leading the online health community - because the work of patient…

Five Things Organizations Should Know About Patient Partnerships

When it comes to advocacy, patient leaders are essential and provide a unique perspective. Whether representing the needs of the community, contributing valuable insights, or inspiring new ideas, patient leaders’ impact is always transformative. At Health Union, we’re passionate about bridging the gap between industry and patient leaders, so that we can transform healthcare and…

10 Ways to Avoid Patient Leader Advocacy Burnout

Nowadays, when it comes to being a patient leader, and a builder of online communities, it can be difficult to stay afloat amidst all of the content and the pressure to be constantly available online. It's natural to want to support other patients, to share your story to make a positive impact, and to be…

Eight Steps to Elevate Your Advocacy

A new year brings fresh avenues for advocacy: new collaboration opportunities, new initiatives to launch, and even new organizations to build. We're humbled and honored to be a part of the patient journey, and we can't wait to see what the community accomplishes this year. Along the way, we'll be here to support your goals,…

Five Times We Were Thankful For the Efforts of the Patient Leader Community

As the year comes to a close, and Thanksgiving approaches in the USA, we’re practicing gratitude and reflection. At the center of our gratitude is our dedicated, diverse, and driven Patient Leader Network members. Day in and day out, our patient leaders are the reason we wake up and fight for a more patient-centered system.…

10 Ways You Can Advocate for the Invisible Disabilities Community

To recognize Invisible Disabilities Week, we invited patient leaders of the invisible disabilities community to join forces to support, empower, and raise awareness for their communities. During this community chat, we discussed key topics and issues impacting patients with invisible disabilities such as self-advocacy, the workplace and disability, and overcoming the challenges of “invisible” symptoms.…
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