Human Health Project
Rating: 4.91 stars 22 22 reviews 1,216
2271 Vandalia Avenue Los Angeles CA 90032 USA
To provide a free, noncommercial, online peer-to-peer resource that empowers individuals, communities and global underserved populations to better manage their health through sharing of health experiences, information, and support. HHP strives to evidence-based grade outcomes from its community in order to give back new insights and enhance care.
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My experience volunteering for Human Health Project has been nothing short of excellent. Currently a Front-End Developer on the IT Team, I have been fortunate to expand my skills working with such a dedicated, talented, and inspiring group. I have found my experience here to be unique - with international contributors and passionate leadership, I can say it is not only a pleasure but an honor to be working with HHP. Over the past 8 months I've spent volunteering with HHP, it has become clear that everyone here is eager and devoted to furthering Human Health Project's mission. As a whole, the group is responsive, enthusiastic, and driven, all qualities which motivate me to continue with HHP.
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Feels great to be part of HHP's team of dedicated and caring professionals !
HHP is on the mission to connect patients one to another and establish the first unbiased, non-profit health seekers community that covers both traditional and alternative medicine treatments outcome rates.
Learning what treatments work, connecting to others and empowering this new peer-to-peer patients network to share their experience, are visionary foundations of what health management is going to be in the near future.
HHP has a great mission and they are a talented dedicated group of individuals!
Dedidacted team of industry professionals solving a seemingly niche problem that effects millions of people around the world -- access to the droves of alternative information on treating their health ailments.
The Human Health Project (HHP) is run by a group of caring and dedicated professionals who are passionate about improving the current state of treatments and diagnoses. HHP is unique in that it is a site for the people by the people.
I have been working as a volunteer QA Analyst at HHP for almost a year. It is an excellent place to hone your skills while contributing to the organization.
Great ethics. Great team. Very much connected to the folks they are trying to help. The cause permeates throughout the organisation. Phil is a great leader and is surrounded by a team that is very focused on delivering what the market expects.
I have volunteered as a Business Analyst for the Human Health Project for over a year. It's a great place to improve your skills and learn new ones while at the same time, producing a product that will help improve people's lives and help people with their health problems. You work with professionals from around the world, collaborating together on tasks, helping each other out, sharing ideas and knowledge. You are really able to make a big contribution to the success of the project and take on responsibility for tasks that need to be done.
I`m volunteering in Human Health Project as a HR Assistant. Not only a GREAT project but also a wonderful place to learn with a team of excellent professionals.
I'm really glad that I found Human Health Project. It's a great place to volunteer, to sharpen my skills and develop new ones. The volunteers are from all over the world and everyone is highly driven to make a difference in healthcare. The organization is entrepreneurial and transparent. You can really feel like you own a piece of it because of the level of responsibilities you are given and the level of engagement there are between team members. The HHP site is also a terrific resource for anyone who has health questions and anyone who wants to connect with others in similar conditions.
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