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Conversations with Lupus | Unscripted

Hetlena J.H. Johnson

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Conversations with Lupus | Unscripted
Conversations with Lupus | Unscripted

Conversations with Lupus | Unscripted

Hetlena J.H. Johnson

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Discover how you can redefine living with Lupus! Hetlena Johnson is a highly recognized author, speaker, and trainer devoted to helping others face the trials of life with an open mind and energy. A cheerleader for handling life’s challenges with laughter and spirited resilience, she believes in living your best life while living with lupus. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/conversationswithlupus/support

Latest Episodes

TLL Moment_002 Get Through It

Get through it. It’s not about getting past it, it’s about getting through it. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/conversationswithlupus/support

2 MINMAY 13
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TLL Moment_002 Get Through It

TLL Moment_001 Admitting Defeat

Every now and then you have a moment. Here’s thoughts from a moment of admitting defeat. It happens! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/conversationswithlupus/support

3 MINMAR 20
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TLL Moment_001 Admitting Defeat

CWL08_PeerApproachestoLupusSelfManagement

Want to be contacted? Go to http://bit.ly/palsstudy to complete the interest form! The Peer Approaches to Lupus Self-Management (PALS) Study Could Be Right For You! This is a research study that connects women with lupus with a mentor who also has lupus. Your mentor will encourage you to learn how to manage your lupus better. Are you looking for guidance and support? Be a Mentee! Are you managing your lupus well and want to help other women do the same? Be a Mentor! This study will investigate whether a peer mentoring program can help improve health-related quality of life, self-management, and disease activity in African American women with lupus. The study is sponsored by the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). The investigator in charge of this study is Dr. Edith Williams. If interested and for more information Please Contact: Dr. Edith Williams at (843) 876-1519. Or via email at wiled@musc.edu. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/conversationswithlupus/support

45 MINJAN 20
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CWL08_PeerApproachestoLupusSelfManagement

Latest Episodes

TLL Moment_002 Get Through It

Get through it. It’s not about getting past it, it’s about getting through it. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/conversationswithlupus/support

2 MINMAY 13
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TLL Moment_002 Get Through It

TLL Moment_001 Admitting Defeat

Every now and then you have a moment. Here’s thoughts from a moment of admitting defeat. It happens! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/conversationswithlupus/support

3 MINMAR 20
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TLL Moment_001 Admitting Defeat

CWL08_PeerApproachestoLupusSelfManagement

Want to be contacted? Go to http://bit.ly/palsstudy to complete the interest form! The Peer Approaches to Lupus Self-Management (PALS) Study Could Be Right For You! This is a research study that connects women with lupus with a mentor who also has lupus. Your mentor will encourage you to learn how to manage your lupus better. Are you looking for guidance and support? Be a Mentee! Are you managing your lupus well and want to help other women do the same? Be a Mentor! This study will investigate whether a peer mentoring program can help improve health-related quality of life, self-management, and disease activity in African American women with lupus. The study is sponsored by the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). The investigator in charge of this study is Dr. Edith Williams. If interested and for more information Please Contact: Dr. Edith Williams at (843) 876-1519. Or via email at wiled@musc.edu. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/conversationswithlupus/support

45 MINJAN 20
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CWL08_PeerApproachestoLupusSelfManagement

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