What are some of your most significant projects and priorities at EHC?
My number one project is the EHCucate app, which has tremendous potential to empower patients through knowledge to become better advocates for themselves. Something that I believe is highly valuable to people living with chronic conditions. But I also think that learning becomes more accessible when playful and fun. So my objective is to make sure that learning through EHCucate will be a pleasurable experience, and I am lucky to be surrounded by a talented team of medical writers, designers, educational and IT experts to make this happen.
My second priority is to help EHC better serve its Russian NMO and all other members who use Russian as their vehicular language. I want to build connections with them and ensure that they benefit fully from their EHC membership.
Finally, I will be supporting the communications activities, which will involve developing a strategic plan for how EHC can further enhance its communications with members and the general public. This third objective is vital to continue to raise awareness about bleeding disorders and the issues faced by those affected by them.