Recognizing excellence to improve or transform health, advance educational opportunities and support economic empowerment, the Thought Leadership & Innovation Foundation (TLI) invites applicants for its inaugural national awards program.
TLI partnership with Mayo Clinic to develop a Limb Loss and Preservation Registry (Registry) for the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) generates support, interest and palpable enthusiasm during Amputee Coalition’s 2019 National Conference in San Antonio, Texas
GREAT & GREATER EXPECTATIONS
Determining the cause of chronic diseases – such as Lyme disease, Bartonellosis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, neuropsychiatric diseases and Crohn’s disease -- is now within reach.
It’s startling to consider that if only five percent of chronic diseases are attributable to infectious agents, in The United States alone, approximately 4.5 million of the 90 million people living with chronic disease might receive benefit from new plans and programs.
Advancing a Legacy of Improving Health and Quality of Life
TLI is grounded in a commitment to share its expertise in transformative change that impacts health, education and economic empowerment.
So, when the Mayo Clinic awarded TLI a subcontract to assist in the development of a Limb Loss and Preservation Registry for the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), the entire TLI organization was extremely gratified to participate in a project that could lead to prevention of limb loss, improve amputation surgeries, refine rehabilitation approaches and guide the development of devices for people with limb loss.
Know the Facts, Share Your Experiences
Thought Leadership & Innovation Foundation (TLI) supports #LymeDisease awareness
TLI highlights the importance of increased education and awareness about Lyme disease and urges the public to use #LymeDisease for sharing information about this vector-borne disease.
Vector-borne diseases are infections transmitted by the bite of infected arthropod species, such as mosquitoes, ticks, triatomine bugs, sandflies, and blackflies.