Community Mobilisation Volunteers

# of Community Mobilisation Volunteers trained

4HY2 2017

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Story Behind the Curve

July - December 2017: September 2017 Advocacy training for hep B free society

January - June 2017: May 2017 training provided a briefing on hep B and the Change of Mind campaign

July - December 2016: Training will conducted only once per year from now on due to budget restrictions. Next training scheduled for April 2017.

January - June 2016: June 2016 training provided a review of Equal Treatment Access and overview of campaigns for the next 12 months; plus social media skills development. Mid winter timing affected number attending.

July - December 2015: July 2015 training provided a campaigns update (Equal Treatment Access, World Hepatitis Day, NSW Hepatitis Awareness Week), a briefing on our new advocacy initiative, Hepatitis Matters and media training skills development.

January - June 2015: January 2015 training focused on PBAC submissions, submissions to Parliamentary Inquiry into Hepatitis C and the NSW State election.

July - December 2014: October 2014 training focused on access to new treatments

January - June 2013: June 2013 training focused on stigma and discrimination

Partners

Training partners include:

  • The Creative Collective
  • Centre for Health Economics Research and Evaluation
  • Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC)
  • Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP)
  • Toothless Parrot Communications
  • NSW Users and Aids Association (NUAA)
  • Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC)
  • Kirby Institute
  • Hepatitis NSW Staff
What Works

Advance notice of training weekends enables C me Advocates to plan their attendance around other commitments. Holding training in Spring and Autumn is more successful than other times of year as delegates tend to have greater availability at these times of year. Ensuring training includes new material and a variety of different activities ensures it is useful and well attended. Opportunities for less didactic sessions sessions are explored where possible.

Action Plan

Recruitment through Hep B Free society planned

Community Mobilisation training is now held once per a year. This presents a challenge in meeting the training target which will be addressed by running simpler training sessions targetted at specific groups including speakers of other languages.

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