Using Twitter to Become an Advocate

March 21, 2019

Did you know that you can have a huge impact with very little?

Twitter is one of the most effective tools for advocacy. Advocacy is defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as “the act or process of supporting a cause or proposal.”

IAHPC uses Twitter as one tool among many to advocate for improved access to palliative care and essential medicines as components of the right to health. Good tweets create awareness, identify supporters, build coalitions, and influence public policy for palliative care.

Follow the @IAHPC and follow our followers and your colleagues to enlarge your audience!

If you don’t already have one, sign up for Twitter today and join the IAHPC team in speaking up for those who are not being heard, whose voices fall through the policy cracks, and who are suffering as a result of a lack to access to essential medicines, treatment and care. See here for practical help and start by following @IAHPC to keep up with all the latest palliative care news and advocacy opportunities. If you wish to learn more, send a message to Dr. Katherine Pettus, IAHPC Advocacy Officer. We can help you grow your voice!

With Appreciation,
The IAHPC Team