Module 6: Public Advocacy
In Module 6, using a combination of theory and practice, SSOFT focuses on the role of public engagement in advocacy and how to drive change by publicity engaging with both traditional and social media channels.
It will help learners to understand the role of traditional media and learn how to work with journalists & editors as well as examine the role of social media in bringing momentum for change
Module 6: Acknowledgements
SAFE would like to take this opportunity to thank and acknowledge the contributions made by those who have helped in the development of SSOFT and Module 6.
- Stiftung Deutsche Schlaganfall-Hilfe (Dr Markus Wagner)
- World Stroke Organization (Anita Wiseman)
- Irish Heart Foundation (Chris Macey)
- Different Strokes Charity (Austin Willets)
- Hellenic Alliance/Action for Stroke Support Organization (Dr Hariklia Proios)
- Macedonian Stroke Association (Dr Anita Arsovska)
- Adam Siger — Fundacja Udaru Mózgu, Poland
- Anita Arsovska — Macedonian Stroke Association
- Chris Macey — The Irish Heart Foundation, R.Ireland
- Hrvoje Jurlina – HDPMU Croatian Stroke Society, Croatia
- Francesca Romana Pezzella — ALICe, Italy
- Jon Barrick – Stroke Alliance for Europe (SAFE)
- Mara Cochetti — ALICe, Italy
- Nenad Nikolić — Moždani Udar, Serbia
- Pnina Rosenzweig — Neeman Association for Stroke Survivors, Israel
Special thanks to our partner organisation who contributed important content, images, case studies and data used in Module 6.
And all those who participated in the User Acceptance Testing.