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Thank you for a great 2019 - Carenity year-end review

27 Dec 2019 • 9 comments

Happy 2020! To show our appreciation for your support, we wanted to share a few key numbers from this past year at Carenity. Our biggest hope is that you’ll stay with us for a long time to come. Don’t forget to leave a comment under the article to tell us how your 2019 went!

Thank you for a great 2019 - Carenity year-end review

Carenity Review 2019

2816 comments posted by Carenity members

Our community just keeps getting bigger! Patients and their loved ones join Carenity to find a safe space to talk about their conditions and general topics: assisted suicide, chronic fatigue, handicaps…

>> Come take a look at the forum

 

110 new original articles published in our Health Magazine

Louise-B and the rest of the Carenity editorial team prepare articles weekly to help keep you informed: advice on medications, features on symptoms or diets, interview with team members…

>> Click here to read our Health Magazine

 

40 patient and carer interviews

We’re very grateful to those Carenity members who took the time to tell their stories: inspiring, instructive and moving testimonials that often allow other patients or carers to feel less isolated and more hopeful about the future.

>> Read patient interviews or ask to be interviewed

 

103 personalised newsletters

One important aspect of a community manager’s job is to select custom articles or discussions for each condition. Every month we work hard to send you newsletters packed with information, advice and inspirations for better living.

>> Not getting newsletters? Update your preferences

 

100 Facebook posts

We regularly update our Facebook feed, both to keep our members informed and to attract new viewers who don’t know us yet. On our Facebook page you’ll find: inspiring quotes, interesting conversations, focus articles on different conditions, etc.

>> Take a look at our Facebook page and follow us

 

Patient surveys

Carenity’s analysts develop surveys which allow patients’ voices to be heard by health care actors. We want to pass on your health care needs as precisely and accurately as possible to help move things forward. Three of our submissions were even published in recognised scientific journals.

>> See active surveys

 

+10 conventions and events

We transmit our survey results and defend the concept of patient-centricity to the scientific community. Our Development and Partner team has presented no less than 12 posters at various conventions and events.

>> Read our scientific publications

 

11 new recruits

Carenity’s team has added new talents: community managers, developers, analysts and partnership supervisors, all share Carenity’s vision and desire to help patients and their loved ones better their daily lives.

>> Meet Carenity’s team

avatar Louise Bollecker

Author: Louise Bollecker, Community Manager France and Content Manager

Community Manager of Carenity in France, Louise is also editor-in-chief of the Health Magazine to provide articles, videos and testimonials that focus on patients' experiences and making their voices heard. With a... >> Learn more

Comments

lesmal
on 28/12/2019

I love you ALL... Thank you for a wonderful site! 

smiffy62
on 03/01/2020

thanks

Janeyrobs
on 03/01/2020

Onwards and upwards in 2020 !!

Invincible
on 03/01/2020

I want to wish for all a inner strength in beautiful 2020 new year 👍😁  

wright
on 03/01/2020

Happy New Year to all.

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