Updated for 2017

Do you consider yourself to be a “health and safety advocate”? If not, you should! We all have a role to play in shaping health policy, whether you’re a victim advocate, concerned citizen, researcher, or health practitioner. It is vital that we share data, research findings, program activities, and personal stories with decision makers. Routine health policy advocacy ensures decision makers are armed with current information, enabling the development and institution of policies based on the best available evidence.

This guide is designed to provide tools and information to help you effectively communicate your health policy messages.

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Estell Lenita Johnson

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