The Coronavirus pandemic reveals the weaknesses of the U.S. healthcare system, especially the reliance on employer-sponsored health plans. Sharing our stories is a critical piece of advocating for the systemic changes that are necessary in order to guarantee our right to healthcare. Join Physicians for a National Health Program NY Metro and Access to Independence of Cortland County (ATI) for a Virtual Leadership Training on Healthcare Storytelling for residents of Central New York.
During the training, participants will:
- discuss their experiences accessing healthcare, before and during the Coronavirus crisis;
- practice healthcare storytelling best practices; and
- learn about opportunities to share their healthcare stories in advocacy for universal healthcare.
The training lasts approximately 2.5 hours and will be conducted using Zoom video conference.
Through this training, we seek to develop the advocacy leadership of New Yorkers most impacted by inequities in healthcare by providing trainings on story-based advocacy and universal coverage principles. Please share this invitation with interested community members who are passionate about healthcare justice.
Organized with support from the Health Foundation for Western and Central New York and the New York Community Trust.
Space is limited! Please RSVP HERE to reserve your spot. You will receive a confirmation email with details for joining the training.
New to Zoom? Once you RSVP, we can support you in getting familiar with the new technology.