MSAA’s Blog and Publications Recognized by Healthline and the Digital Health Awards
The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA) is pleased to announce that our blog, MS Conversations, has been named one of the Best Multiple Sclerosis Blogs for the fifth consecutive year by Healthline!
Each year, Healthline selects blogs that, “lead the way by advocating, informing, and getting real about MS.” Healthline also notes that MS Conversations is, “helpful for people newly diagnosed with MS or anyone with a specific MS issue they’d like advice on.” MS Conversations includes posts from guest bloggers, as well as updates on timely discussions and topics relevant to the entire MS community.
MSAA is also proud to announce that two of our free resources were recognized by the 2019 Digital Health Awards for their excellence in digital communication!
In mid-June, the Digital Health Awards, which honor the world’s best digital health resources, announced that our Summer/Fall 2018 edition of The Motivator received a Bronze Award in the Magazine category. This edition of The Motivator included the cover story, “Revealing the Mysteries Behind Magnetic Resonance Imaging,” which provides an overview of the MRI for individuals with MS – how it works, what it shows, the challenges it presents, and how the MRI is used to monitor disease activity. To read this edition of The Motivator, please visit https://mymsaa.org/publications/motivator/summer-fall18/.
Additionally, the Digital Health Awards honored “What’s New in MS Research: Highlights from the 2018 ECTRIMS Annual Meeting” with a Silver Award in the Article category. This edition of “What’s New in MS Research” focuses on providing a comprehensive overview of the findings presented during the annual meeting of the European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS). To read this article, please visit https://mymsaa.org/news/2018-ectrims-annual-meeting/.
The Digital Health Awards recognizes high-quality digital health resources for consumers as well as health professionals. The awards program is organized by the Health Information Resource Center (HIRC), a clearinghouse for professionals who work in consumer health fields.