iPain Living Magazine

Patient Leader

iPain Living Magazine delivers relevant information on chronic pain challenges, tips, tools and resources that puts pain into context in peoples’ lives. Through medical content, insights from experts and real people, and spotlights on topical news, we answer: how it happened, what it feels like, what you can do about it, and why it matters. IPain Living Magazine is produced by editors and journalists dedicated to delivering accurate, trusted, up-to-date chronic pain related information, for consumers. We focus on problem-solving content to help you make decisions during complicated, stressful times. We write in plain English, using real-life examples. Official Magazine of iPain Foundation

Nominations

Best in Show: Youtube Best in Show: Instagram Best in Show: Community Healthcare Collaborator: Company

What do you say about Ken. A true leader in the online space in regards to community and health related conversations. Always inviting those that are new and making them feel as part of the community regardless of their knowledge.  — Ross

Past Awards Participation

Fifth Annual Health Activist Awards

Nominations

Advocating for Another

Winner

Best Team Performance

Sixth Annual WEGO Health Awards

Nominations

Best in Show: Community Best In Show: Instagram Best Team Performance Best in Show: Youtube

Finalist

Best in Show: Twitter

Third Annual Health Activist Awards

Nominations

Best in Show: Community or Forum

Fourth Annual Health Activist Awards

Nominations

Best Team Performance
iPain Living Magazine

You Might Also Like

Jennifer Gonzales-Granzin

Best Kept Secret Nominee

Best Kept Secret Nominee

Cascia Talbert

Patient Leader Hero Nominee

Best in Show: Community Nominee

Wheels of Hope Rising Foundation

Patient Leader Hero Nominee

OC87 Recovery Diaries

Best in Show: Community Nominee

Suzanne

Best Kept Secret Nominee

Best in Show: Community or Forum Nominee

Jacqueline Boxx

Rookie of the Year Nominee

Rebecca Lombardo

Best Kept Secret Nominee

Best in Show: Twitter Nominee

Kristen Kirk

Rookie of the Year Nominee

The Transplant Helper (Jim Murrell)

Best in Show: Youtube Nominee

Kate the (Almost) Great

Best in Show: Blog Nominee

Health Activist Hero Nominee