CaseStudyNinja.com, a dedicated cloud software product and support service that enables businesses to create, manage and publish great case studies effectively, has been chosen by Arthritis Care to help the charity develop their compelling case studies. This will in turn help the charity raise awareness of the condition and highlight the services available to people with arthritis.
CaseStudyNinja.com is a B2B offering that combines a cloud software product, IOS and Android apps and support services to allow organisations to easily create, manage and publish case studies.
Arthritis Care is the UK’s largest support organisation working with and for all people with arthritis. With an estimated 10 million people living with arthritis in the UK, including over 15,000 young people, arthritis is currently the most common single cause of disability yet remains an overlooked and underestimated condition.
Judi Rhys, Arthritis Care CEO, said: “People are at the heart of the charity and play a vital role in highlighting the daily challenges of living with arthritis. Effective use of people’s stories help us to raise the profile of arthritis and the charity so that people can better recognise the early signs of arthritis, seek a prompt diagnosis and take action to manage it.
“Good case study management is vital to achieving good media coverage and bringing our stories to life. We are delighted to have partnered with Case Study Ninja to help us host, manage and effectively present quality stories, in a way that resonates with people. This will help us highlight how people’s support in time and donations are making a very real difference, and showcase new ways for people with arthritis to manage pain and learn about new services that are available to them.”
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