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Call for participants for the M-Care Training Programme

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Elijah Amooti
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Call for participants for the M-Care Training Programme
Posted on: August 15 2016, 09:49 pm

Dear Colleague,

EATAN is pleased to announce the call for participants for the M-Care Training Programme. The call for trainers went out at the start of August  and you can still apply if interested as the deadline is August 17th.

M-Care - Mobilizing Migrant Communities via Capacity and Access Resource Development (M-Care) is a training programme that is jointly organised by the European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG) and the European African Treatment Advocates Network (EATAN). The training will take place in Brussels, on 10-14 November 2016.
 
Kindly see the link below for further information on how to apply. We would like to have a good representation of advocates from across Europe. We also wish to emphasise that the training is targeted at patients and non patients of HIV, viral Hepatitis, TB and any other chronic conditions. They must have significant ability or be in position to influence policy and practise on HIV, Hepatitis and TB in their immediate community or country of residence in Europe. In other words, the individual must be regularly in contact with or actively involved with migrants/patients on healthcare issues and in particular those around access to testing, treatment and care for the above conditions. This may include running a patient support group, working in a community setting, acting as an advocate, researcher, supporting refugees etc.
 
We may consider individuals who are not currently actively involved with patients, migrants, refugees etc but can demonstrate that the training will empower them to initiate some practical actions towards engaging with patients, healthcare professionals, policymakers, commissioners etc. and influencing policy and practice within their migrant/patient communities, regions or European countries of residence.

Kindly circulate to any interested parties within your European networks.

You can apply here;

http://www.eatgtrainingacademy.com/m-care

We look forward to receiving your application.

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