Tag: advocacy

Sista, Sistas!

Let me tell ya ’bout my best friends! If you haven’t discovered Autoimmune Sisters yet, what are you waiting for!?

Real Talk: The Coron-Anxiety

Getting real around here to talk about mental health and coronavirus anxiety.

Blogging Conundrum

Guys! HI! Holy cow, it’s been a long time. I kind of don’t know where to begin on a life update, health update, blog update, etc. I think I’ll take a series of posts and really update you guys on what’s going on in… Continue Reading “Blogging Conundrum”

Guest Post: “Addressing Chronic Illness Through Advocacy Activities and Skills”

Hello everyone! I have a special guest blog post this week from Dr. Elizabeth Kelly, and her blog: Having Community-based Conversations around Human Services through Listening, Engaging and Connecting (HCCHSLEC). I’m excited to share her point of view with you as she comes from a place of understanding chronic illness through being a mother and a community-based nurse. Be sure to follow her blog and follow more community-based conversations through her Twitter account.

Interview: Mayo Clinic Opens First of its Kind Well Living Lab

Today I have a post that is slightly different than the norm. As I mentioned, I recently attended the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation Transform conference. During the first day of the conference, Mayo Clinic revealed their new Well Living Lab, a first of its… Continue Reading “Interview: Mayo Clinic Opens First of its Kind Well Living Lab”

My Tribe: How Sick Am I Really?

Everyone has put this so well: I’m with my tribe. I’m around everyone who gets me. Never have I felt this connected and synchronized in my entire life. These people at #MedX; these people are incredible. Their stories, their lives. So similar yet so… Continue Reading “My Tribe: How Sick Am I Really?”

I Patient, You Patient, ePatient. 

I was introduced to the term “ePatient” by Stanford School of Medicine’s MedX program. Among many other things, they hold a yearly conference in September that brings together physicians, scientists, researchers, students, patients, and more. The conference is a leading showcase of technology and… Continue Reading “I Patient, You Patient, ePatient. “

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