Advocacy Communications for Policy, Systems, and Environmental Change
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This self-paced training covers the basics of developing an advocacy communications strategy and provides some practical opportunities to develop and deploy a strategy of your own. It features a number of interactive exercises, as well as a podcast component focused on the concepts of policy surveillance and legal epidemiology and tools to incorporate them into your work.
This learning opportunity topic is aligned with one or more of the strategic skills.
This learning opportunity addresses training topics identified in PHWINS 2017.
Reviewer tips are, "Account required, but easily set up. I ran the course in Safari, and once in a while I had to tap the volume button to get the audio to play."
What You'll Learn
- Define policy, systems, and environmental change and the six phases to achievement
- Identify steps needed to develop a policy/advocacy communications and engagement strategy
- Recognize the possible roles of individuals, organizations, and coalitions in public health policy/advocacy communications and engagement strategy
- Practice developing an advocacy communication plan