nOH Champions is a network of patient and care partner ambassadors dedicated to educating and supporting others living with or caring for someone with neurogenic orthostatic hypotension (nOH). It provides a forum for people who want to share their story about nOH. nOH Champions tell their stories in a variety of settings, including at live meetings and in videos. There are also opportunities to provide feedback on projects and resources that could benefit the nOH community. By sharing stories about their experience, they can provide much-needed support to others living with nOH.
To be considered for the nOH Champions ambassador program, you or the person you care for must have a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease (PD) or multiple system atrophy (MSA) and meet at least one of the following criteria:
nOH Champions must be 18 years of age or older and live in the United States. As an nOH Champion, your participation will be tailored to your interests and the opportunities available within the program. Final selection for participation in the nOH Champions program is at Lundbeck’s sole discretion.
There are many ways an nOH Champion can share his or her story and contribute to the program’s mission to help others living with symptoms of nOH. Each Champion’s participation will be tailored to his or her interests and the opportunities available within the program. nOH Champions might share their experiences with patients, care partners, healthcare providers (such as doctors and nurses), and others at live meetings or in videos. There are also opportunities to provide feedback on projects and resources that could benefit the nOH community. Once you’ve been selected for the program, an nOH Champions representative will contact you to review the program, discuss your interests, and answer any questions you may have.
Yes. Eligible participants will receive training based upon their level of involvement in the program and will have ongoing support.
No, this is a free program.
nOH Champions is sponsored by Lundbeck, a global pharmaceutical company dedicated to improving the lives of people affected by neurologic disorders.
You can let us know you’re interested in becoming an nOH Champion by completing this form, or by calling . Please note that to become an ambassador, you must meet the program’s criteria. As an nOH Champion, your participation will be tailored to your interests and the opportunities available within the program.
Neurogenic orthostatic hypotension, or nOH, is a low blood pressure condition associated with the nervous system. People with nOH may feel dizzy or lightheaded after they stand or sit up.
Symptoms of nOH may occur upon standing up, changing positions, or standing for long periods of time, and can vary from person to person. Some people with nOH may have an increased risk of falling down due to their symptoms. The symptoms of nOH can include: