On Jan. 31, U.S. Pain Foundation’s Advocacy Network will host a free training session for existing advocates and interested volunteers to learn what it means to be a patient advocate.
Attendees will learn about issues impacting Americans with chronic pain and what patient advocacy really means.
Those who register will also learn about:
- How decisions are made at the state and federal level
- Building relationships with lawmakers
- Various ways to advocate
- Why sharing patient stories matter
To register, click here.
Learn more by watching a video here.
Volunteers who have signed up to join the Advocacy Network joined an invitation-only training webinar to learn about an issue impacting families and individuals across the country: surprise bills.
The presentation was the first of a series of advocacy training webinars scheduled for the upcoming year, according to Director of State Advocacy and Alliance Development, Shaina Smith. “We’re really trying to develop and offer resources that will improve the lives of people with chronic illness through education,” Smith explains. “The more we learn as a community, the greater chance we will have at successfully moving patient-friendly policies forward.”