@DawnMGibson

Patient Leader

Dawn Gibson, best known as @DawnMGibson is a well known patient advocate and e-patient, writer, and patient experience consultant working in an advisory capacity with corporations, foundations, researchers, and other thought leaders to form an accurate and helpful understanding of chronic illness and disability. She is the founder and host of the Spoonie Chat Twitter and Facebook communities, regularly fields questions posted to Twitter and the #SpoonieChat tag between events, and works to connect patients with essential self-care concepts, appropriate advocacy organizations, and each other.

Nominations

Best in Show: Twitter

Finalist

Patient Leader Hero

Dawn is a brave soul & fearless leader who has accomplished MUCH in the past 5 years alone. She was one of the 1st patient advocates I ever followed on Twitter & remember participating in her founded "Spoonie Chat" as often as I could. I was 16ish at the time & adjusting to life with juvenile arthritis was lonely. To this day, we remain friends. <3  — Kenzie

Past Awards Participation

Third Annual Health Activist Awards

Nominations

Best in Show: Community or Forum Rookie of the Year

Fourth Annual Health Activist Awards

Nominations

Best in Show: Twitter Rookie of the Year

Fifth Annual Health Activist Awards

Nominations

Best in Show: Twitter

Sixth Annual WEGO Health Awards

Nominations

Patient Leader Hero Best in Show: Twitter
@DawnMGibson

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