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Become an APC Advocate


What is an APC Advocate?

Public health professionals selected to participate in the Advanced Practice Centers Roadshow will be asked to serve as an "APC Advocate," and agree to apply the APC products to their practice and share this knowledge with others in their organization, community, or other local health departments.

How can an APC Advocate share information?

There are many ways an APC Advocate can share the knowledge and resources shared by the APCs. For example,

  • A community presentation;
  • A brown-bag lunch session with colleagues; or
  • A meeting with a partner organization or SACCHO.

Participants will be provided with the resources necessary to facilitate information sharing.