The overall goal of the IAHPC advocacy course is to continue building and strengthening partnerships to accelerate global, regional, and national advocacy for palliative care. You can read more about the IAHPC advocacy course on the IAHPC website.
Join your colleagues and learn how to become an effective advocate. If you are a not an IAHPC member or need to renew, join/renew now.
The feedback from modules one, two and three have been very positive! Simone from Italy commented “Thanks for this opportunity to know more about conventions and advocacy method”. After participating in module three, Antonia from Uganda stated “This module is very informative. It is amazing to learn about all the achievements that have been made through the advocacy efforts of IAHPC over the years.”
Upcoming modules will launch monthly and will cover the following topics:
Developing a needs assessment and policy brief
Advocacy for palliative care education
Advocacy for policy, with a case study looking at topics for palliative care advocacy in a UN entity conference agenda and development of the advocacy strategy
Communication and presentation techniques
Leadership and self-care
Modules, which are cumulative, comprise of short lectures (40 minutes or less), resource lists with links, recordings, videos, and quizzes or assignments. Those who complete the short quiz or assignment (one per module) will be awarded a certificate of completion. Please send ideas/suggestions you may have for other modules to Dr. Katherine Pettus, Senior Advocacy and Partnerships Director.