Opportunities to Share
Below are just a few of our opportunities to share personal health experiences. See one that you or someone you know may be interested in? Share it with others or click to learn more!
Some believe that low sex drive is a normal part of feminine aging and they quietly accept it. Others don’t see it as a condition that can be diagnosed or treated in a medical setting – but neither is true! We’re looking for women who experience low sexual desire and want to help others and change the status quo by sharing their story. This project may include travel.
We are looking for people who live with RRMS and SPMS and want to help others by sharing their story. This is an exciting opportunity to share your personal health experiences to help educate and inspire others.
If you are invited to participate, all travel arrangements will be provided and expenses will be covered.
Join Health Stories Project and you’ll be automatically entered into our sweepstakes! Members receive information about our upcoming projects. No purchase necessary. Click to read the official rules.
We’re seeking people living with multiple myeloma who are interested in helping others by sharing their experiences.
This opportunity is for people who have a desire to provide insight, inspiration, and support, so that others can better understand and manage their own cancer journey.
From reading up on other people’s experiences, to creating a care plan, monitoring signs and symptoms and more. There is a lot to do when you have a chronic health condition. We’re working on a blog post about daily life with a chronic illness.
Now more than ever consumers have the ability to leverage technology to better manage their health care. Online communities, mobile apps, and new devices are being created to help patients, families and care providers manage and monitor their health. We want to know how you use tech for an upcoming blog post.
Some would say that a health care crisis is upon us. We have soaring medical costs, a mess of insurance programs, problems in delivering care, and for those not protected by insurance (and some who are), illness means financial disaster. We are working on a blog post about healthcare and politics. Anyone with a health condition is welcome to participate in this project.
We’re always interested in new stories to feature on our blog. Could your story be next?