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A Platform To Empower Women To Improve Their Health and Quality of Life
Zamplo and Engendered Collective have partnered up to empower survivors of domestic abuse, intimate partner terrorism, and coercive control with resources, knowledge, and a strength-based recovery approach to mobilize personalized data.
Watch this online webinar to see real-life examples of how survivors can use Zamplo and its features during any stage of recovery, including those who are actively in a relationship or a divorce.
How People Are Managing Their HPV and HPV-related Cancers
Practical Back Pain Management
Learn how to relieve back pain, neck pain, and headaches that can be caused by sitting and working on the computer all day.
Mike will host Dr. McMorland's who has been managing back pain for 41 years. He will discuss:
- His experiences related to what's worked and what hasn't over the years
- Tips on decision making
- Building habits related to back health.
How To Be An Outlier In Your Health Journey
What does it mean to be an outlier?
How can we be an outlier? What can we learn from outliers?
Watch our previous webinar and find out how to become an outlier in your health journey, by using the right resources and taking control of your own health data.
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The Power of Health Data in Your Hands
Learn more about the importance of collecting your own data, crowdsourcing, and how these can help you advocate for yourself as a patient, from Zamplo co-founder and CEO Shaneel Pathak.
Shaneel will also speak about his late wife Heing’s journey with cancer and how tracking her health data made a difference in her quality of life and overall survivability.
- Importance of collecting your own data
- What kind of data should you collect
- Patient empowerment
Our mission at Zamplo is to empower patients to advocate for themselves. We wish to provide patients and caregivers alike with the resources, community, and knowledge to take the driver’s seat with their health.
During each webinar, we will be chatting with patients, caregivers, social workers, nurses, physicians or researchers about their experiences and any first-hand advice they have for individuals in similar situations.