CreativeHealthServicesCreativeCreativeHealthServices (CGS) is an online community for creative health professionals to share their health insights and ideas.
CGS was created by the Creative Health Alliance and is run by CGS members, including CreativeHealth, CreativeHealthKit, and CreativityHealthWorks.
This post was originally published on September 16, 2018, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of CGS.CGS members have been working to create a unique, community-centric platform that can bring together health professionals from across the country to collaborate, collaborate, and share their expertise.
The platform was originally founded in 2016, and was the subject of a Reddit AMA on November 6, 2018.
This AMA was hosted by Cgs staff, including CGS founder and CGS Community Manager, and the AMA was moderated by CGs Community Manager.
The AMA was designed to give a glimpse of what a CGS community would look like.
The questions answered in the AMA included topics like:What are the best health tools for creative creatives?
What are the benefits of being an artist?
How can I leverage the tools of my profession to help my community thrive?
How do I find a community that is inclusive and open to learning?
How does CGS address the needs of people of color?
What are some of the challenges that health care workers face in finding work?
What do you think CGS can do to make it more inclusive?
The AMA was organized by Casts, an online platform that connects people of diverse backgrounds and backgrounds, including people of all races, genders, ethnicities, sexual orientations, ages, and abilities.
The Casts AMA was the first in a series of public AMA sessions that Casts was running, and they have continued to host these sessions on the platform.
Casts has partnered with Creativity HealthWorks, a non-profit organization that helps creatives with creative health needs.
Creativity is a network of over 2,500 artists, musicians, poets, designers, and visual artists that provides support, resources, and access to community and community-building resources to help creative health practitioners and those in their families find work, live healthy lives, and have their work recognized.
Cgs AMA was also attended by Cades CEO, and co-founder, Matt Waggoner.
Waggner has been a long-time advocate for the CreativeHealth Alliance and has long supported CGS’ mission.
The goal of the AMA is to bring together a wide range of creatives, health professionals, and health care providers in order to share our health insights, tools, and ideas with the broader CGS family.
What are your thoughts on the AMA?
Do you think that the AMA and Cgs mission should be expanded?
What other types of creative communities are you interested in participating in?