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DISCLAIMER: Readers should not consider this LymeX crowdsourcing platform or any part of it to be guidance or instruction regarding the diagnosis, care, or treatment of tick-borne diseases or to supersede in any way existing guidance.

 

Our LymeX team hosted a LymeX Education and Awareness Healthathon Challenge on Challenge.gov to encourage and reward the creation of educational materials (e.g., social media content, education or training videos, graphics, or posters) Learn more at  https://www.challenge.gov/challenge/lymex-education-and-awareness-healthathon/ Want to learn about the solutions submitted! Check them out below!

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HHS recently published a LymeX Health+ Human-Centered Design Report! This report applies the Health+ model for patient-powered Innovations. Read the report HERE and read more by visiting our blog . The report combines interviews, workshops and a collective 698 hours of discovery listening and learning from you.  Tell us about your experience! Which parts of the report resonate with you the most? We invite you to record a 60 second video sharing your thoughts. To record a video, simply click 'Share Here' and record a video. We can't wait to hear your thoughts!

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LymeX encourages collaboration among patients, clinicians, researchers, policymakers, and others who want to find new ways to address Lyme disease. Are there ways that you or your organization are already accelerating or can help accelerate Lyme innovation and advance tick-borne disease solutions through outreach and communication, education, or in other ways? Tell us your ideas!

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Have you been involved — as a patient, a researcher, or in another way - in any patient-driven data for research that has involved collaboration between patients and researchers, for Lyme or another disease? For example, this could include research where people volunteer to share their medical data or blood samples. Tell us about your experience by clicking the button ‘Share Here’!

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Have you used any of the following kinds of resources or apps in your experience with Lyme disease? Tell Us About Your Experience! Let us know what were the most helpful aspects, and what could have made it better? Please upvote any of the ideas that you may have used in the past, and comment to tell us your experience. If there is a resource or category that you find missing, we invite you to add your own by clicking the button 'Share Here' below.

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Our values represent how we want site visitors to engage with us and with each other. We recognize that Lyme disease is a subject many of you are deeply passionate about. This space is meant to be inclusive of different ideas and perspectives. Please act and engage with an open mind and courteous language. We do encourage participation and ideas from the community, and ask that participants uphold themselves to the core values we have set. In some cases, our moderators will need to withhold comments or ideas that do not align with our core values.  Please upvote the values that mean the most to you from our options below by pressing the 'thumbs up' icon. If there is a value that you find missing, we invite you to add your own value by clicking the button 'Share Here' below.

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Here you can introduce yourself to the community and share questions related to Lyme Innovation and LymeX.   DISCLAIMER: Readers should not consider this LymeX crowdsourcing platform or any part of it to be guidance or instruction regarding the diagnosis, care, or treatment of tick-borne diseases or to supersede in any way existing guidance.

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Thanks to bottom-up, community-led efforts with Lyme Innovation , the community crowdsourced a collective wisdom to identify “ Top 10 Lyme Disease Research Questions ” for advancing the field. These 10 LymeX tiles build upon prior crowdsourcing efforts. Which of the priorities, framed as questions, resonate with you the most? Vote for as many as you like by pressing the 'thumbs up' icon. Credit goes to LymeDisease.org for developing a community survey, crowdsourcing responses, and originally producing these 10 questions through Lyme innovation.

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