Tag: advocacy


#PatientLeader Webinar: Platform Power Tips for Patient Leaders- Twitter

It's not easy doing amazing things in only 280 characters - creating easily digestible thoughts can be difficult with health stories and research! Yet there are some Patient Leaders who truly excel at it. In this #PatientLeader webinar, we're sitting down with 3 top tweeters in the Patient Leader Network to hear their best practices,…

Endorsements are OPEN for the 2018 WEGO Health Awards

Congratulations to the Patient Leaders nominated for the 2018 WEGO Health Awards!  Each year we are in awe of the nominees for the WEGO Health Awards and this year was no different! We're honored to meet so many new faces and can't wait to celebrate your accomplishments. If you haven't checked out all the fabulous…

#PatientLeader Webinar: HealtheVoices18 Recap – Top Tips & Takeaways

HealtheVoices18 has come and gone - but the hype isn’t over yet! HealtheVoices is a conference focused on bringing together Patient Leaders who represent a wide variety of health conditions, experience levels, and backgrounds. The conference strives to bring a diverse group of attendees each year, fostering an environment of engaging and insightful conversations. Join…

Top 5 YouTube Patient Leaders to Watch

It’s hard to believe that YouTube has only been around since 2005. The video platform is now driving more web traffic than just about anywhere. With over one billion users in 88 countries who watch one billion hours of content each day, the reach of YouTube is in a class of its own. It has…

Patient Leader #FollowFriday – June 1st, 2018

It's time to celebrate! The WEGO Health Awards opened this week and the nominations are rolling in. The WEGO Health team is very excited as our Awards program enables us to meet so many Patient Leaders each year. Last year, we met the following three advocates. They serve three very unique communities, but all have…

5 Top Patient Leader Blogs to Watch

Although blogging started in the late ‘90s, it really came into its own as a major form of media in the 2000s. In 2004, Merriam-Webster even declared blog as their word of the year. As blogging grew more and more popular, it quickly became a favorite for patients. Blogging was a way for them to…
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