Patient Education Initiatives

The Global Healthy Living Foundation works with various partners to create education campaigns for the millions of arthritis patients and caregivers who come to our site looking for education, support, advocacy, and patient-centered research. Our campaigns are designed to empower our community to advocate for themselves, create a better relationship with their care partners, and take control of their symptoms so they can prevent long-term complications and manage daily life. At the heart of our initiatives: Help is out there and that means our CreakyJoints community should never settle for feeling just fine.

All Chronic Health Conditions

eRheum

 

eRheum provides information and support for new and existing rheumatology patients and is designed to prepare patients for a better telehealth experience with their rheumatologist.

GHLF Podcast Network

 

GHLF is embracing audio storytelling as part of our mission to reach the chronic disease patient community where they are.

COVID-19 Patient Support Program

 

Our FREE COVID-19 Patient Support Program provides reliable and up-to-date COVID-19 information, community support, and other resources tailored specifically to the health and safety of people living with chronic illness.

Pain

PainSpot

 

What’s causing your joint, back, or neck pain? PainSpot will ask you a simple set of questions about your pain symptoms and help you figure out why you’re in pain.

Back Pain

 

This campaign was created to raise awareness for back pain and ankylosing spondylitis (AS), a type of inflammatory arthritis that frequently goes undiagnosed or misdiagnosed.

Condition-Specific Campaigns

Ankylosing Spondylitis / Axial Spondyloarthritis

Ghosting the Doctor with AS

 

Learn why some people with ankylosing spondylitis stop seeing their rheumatologist— and what to do about it.

Getting Diagnosed (AS)AP

 

What to know about this inflammatory back pain – and why it’s so important to see a doctor if you suspect you could have it.

Migraine

Talking Head Pain

 

Through personal conversations with fellow migraine and headache patients, host Joe Coe explores the challenges, hopes and triumphs of his guests.

86 Migraine

 

Has migraine caused you to “86” your plans, life moments, and living the life you want to live? Watch and share the videos in this special campaign to raise awareness for migraine disease.

 Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis

Psoriatic Arthritis Wellness

 

Managing psoriatic arthritis can be challenging. This guide provides thoughtful resources to help patients like you navigate fatigue, pain, diet, exercise, stress, and more. A Newsletter Series to Help You Feel Better with PsA.

Fight Back Against Fatigue

 

CreakyJoints launched this guide to help people living with PsA understand how fatigue is different from being tired, what causes it, how to treat fatigue, and how to talk to your doctor so you can start feeling better.

 Rheumatoid Arthritis

Understanding RA & Heart Disease

 

CreakyJoints launched this patient guide to educate people living with rheumatoid arthritis about their increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease.

Getting Real About RA Treatment

 

Research shows that people with RA seek information from their peers to make decisions about medication and disease management. This patient-to-patient video series may help.

Understanding RA Pain

 

Living with RA doesn’t have to mean living with pain. Learn more about RA pain and start tracking your symptoms today.

RA Drug Side Effects

 

Worried about the side effects of your RA drug? Here are questions to ask your doctor, an overview of RA drug side effects, and more.

Understanding RA Testing & Monitoring

 

CRP, ESR, Vectra, and more: Learn about the main RA blood tests and what they can – and can’t – reveal about your health.

What Does My Vectra Score Mean?

 

Your Vectra score can help you and your doctor understand how your rheumatoid arthritis is doing. Learn what your score means.

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