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Would You Like To Learn How To Become an Effective Pain Advocate?

The U.S. Pain Foundation plans to host its virtual advocacy training program, Introduction to Pain Advocacy & Policy Training Series, this October, culminating in a Virtual Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill. We are now accepting applications for the free training program. 

The program consists of six, two-hour sessions held on Zoom followed by an Advocacy Day, where we are requesting individuals spend a few hours making phone calls, emailing, and using social media to contact federal representatives in Washington, D.C., to ask them to support our efforts to improve pain management and encourage others to do the same. 

U.S. Pain Foundation’s Director of Policy and Advocacy, Cindy Steinberg, a prominent and leading pain advocate for more than a decade, will teach and oversee the series. In addition, there will be several experienced guest speakers.

The dates and times of the sessions are as follows:

  • Tuesday, Oct 12: 1–3 pm ET 
  • Friday,  Oct 15: 1–3 pm ET
  • Tuesday, Oct 19: 1–3 pm ET
  • Thursday, Oct 21: 1–3 pm ET
  • Friday, Oct 22: 1–3 pm ET
  • Tuesday, Oct 26: 1–3 pm ET 
  • Thursday, Oct 28: U.S. Pain Foundation’s Virtual Advocacy Day

Topics covered include:

  • What is Advocacy?
  • The Power of Your Story
  • Federal Pain Policy
  • State Pain Policy
  • Our “Ask” for the Virtual Advocacy Day
  • How to Participate In Advocating on Capitol Hill

To fill out an application, click the button below. All applications are due September 1. If you are selected to participate you will be notified by September 24.

U.S. Pain would like to thank Amgen, Eli Lilly, and Genentech for sponsoring the Advocacy Training Series. 


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