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Visualizing the Patient Experience: How meaningful illustrations deliver unmatched impact

In this Q&A, Harris, who now oversees an entire creative team who creates unique illustrations every day for each of Health Union’s 20 online health communities (and growing), reveals what it took to accomplish his creative vision that continuously maintains a laser focus on the patient experience.

Living With: Episode 22 – Susan R

Since being diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer (MBC) in 2013, Susan Rahn has been dedicated to advocacy work and shares her experience to raise awareness about MBC and help others who are dealing with the disease.

Health Union Announces Multiple Poster Presentations at the 40th Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine

Research from Health Union’s Chief Community Officer Amrita Bhowmick, MPH, MBA, and Executive Director of Community Development Sara Hayes, MPH, and co-authors will be shared at the 40th Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM). The poster sessions featuring research from two of Health Union’s online health communities, Migraine.com and LungCancer.net, will be presented at the conference, which takes place on March 6-9, 2019 in Washington, D.C.

Living With: Episode 21 – Brooke P

Brooke Pelczynski was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in her senior year of college, the summer before she graduated with a degree in illustration. As a visual artist, she shares her experiences of MS through her drawings on MultipleSclerosis.net and talks about how art has helped her communicate, connect with others, and cope with this chronic disease.

Living With: Episode 20 – Jessie M

Jessie Madrigal suffered excruciating symptoms for years before finally receiving a diagnosis of endometriosis in her 30’s. Now an advocate for Endometriosis.net, she shares how living with endometriosis has changed her life and how she works to raise awareness of the condition and its impact on women’s lives.