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December #WEGOHealthChat Recap: Financially Supporting Your Online Advocacy

In our December #WEGOHealthChat, our host Brooke Abbot walked us through how to financially support your online advocacy. From sponsored blogs to advisory boards, the network talked about several ways to connect with sponsors and make some money, while still maintaining your personal brand. If you're looking for ways to fund your advocacy work, this…

Your advice to new Patient Leaders

WEGO Health is committed to amplifying the Patient Leader voice and it all starts with the first time a patient or caregiver shares their initial blog post, tweet or picture on Instagram. As Patient Leaders ourselves, Julie (WEGO Health Patient Leader Network Director), and I know that starting out on your advocacy journey can be…

6th Annual WEGO Health Awards Schedule of Events

Now that we have the best of the best in patient advocacy nominated for the 6th Annual WEGO Health Awards, it’s time for the voting to commence! We're proud to announce we've received close to 2,500 nominations and almost 30,000 endorsements this WEGO Health Award's season. We're blown away by the work of these tremendous…

#WEGOHealthChat Recap: Commitments + #WTFix = How Can We Help Each Other?

In case you missed our July #WEGOHealthChat, we’ve got this awesome recap for you! Last month we partnered with Healthsparq for the What's The Fix? Conference and for the July #WEGOHealthChat we wanted to ask how the commitments you made to improve healthcare were progressing. We discussed what you want to see changed in health care,…

10 Tips for Participating in a Twitter Chat

Each month we host a twitter chat called #WEGOHealthChat. #WEGOHealthChat is a twitter meet up of the WEGO Health Patient Leader Network minds, discussing topics ranging from advocacy goals to becoming a paid consultant to challenges in building communities and everything in between. Many times we get asked “How do I participate in a #WEGOHealthChat?” or “I’ve never…

The 411 on Planning an Online Event for your Cause

The only thing you need when planning a campaign to raise awareness for your cause is the desire to make change happen… Of course, there are many other components in planning any type of campaign, network or mission that aims to influence the public and media but, in order to do so, you must be…
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