We are delighted to announce the winners of our 2020 Poster Contest. First Place - Lynn Dryburgh 2nd Place - Erin Dryburgh (Tie) 2nd Place - Amanda F (Tie) 3rd Place Tie - Clayton D. 3rd Place Tie - Mari V Third Place Tie - Rotika
We are happy to announce the 2019 Winners for the IC Awareness Month Poster Campaign! First Place - Erin D. Erin embraced the theme of our 2019 campaign by honoring the strength that occurs when patients work together and support each other. Whether it be in their own home towns or via awareness activities online, [...]
First Place Winner - Michelle Milheiras Michelle Milheiras poster entries scored the highest votes in our poster contest with a message that we all need to hear. Patients need support. Patients deserve support. Yet, why, oh why, is support so often out of reach for those patients who need it the most. The symbolism is [...]
Education Poster - First Place (Best Use Of Theme) - E. Dryburgh Comments - Due to the hypervigilance triggered by the opiate crisis, more and more legitimate pain patients have been accused of being drug addicts by nurses and doctors unfamiliar with their unique patient history and medical condition. This is particularly true for patients [...]
Every year during the IC Awareness Month campaign, we ask patients to submit art that shares information about life with IC. This years entries were fun, diverse, poignant and educational. It was very hard to pick winners.. they are all so good! FIRST PLACE - Lynn Dryburgh Lynn best exemplified our theme this year on [...]
This entry is so very simple and yet so eye catching all at the same time. Why??? Because you see a very strong IC Fighter's face proclaiming Just That through her eyes! Just incredible Celeste! We truly feel YOU through this image! Thank you!!!
These two poster entries are also phenomenal in their pictorial messages, but absolutely through their descriptive wording of symptoms we as IC patients experience. So very well done and thought out Roxanne! Thank you!
Two beautifully hand-drawn and colored poster entries by IC patient Nicole R. While explaining her symptoms in one poster, she compliments that one perfectly by showing exactly where those symptoms are located in her other poster. Bravo Nicole!!!
Wow!!!! Just read it for yourself... Nailed it didn't she!!!! Thank you for this amazingly clever poster entry Hockey Girl!