Certificate in consumer health advocacy

reading about optionsThe Center’s Health Advocacy certificate program educates a diversity of learners interested in health advocacy.

This twelve-credit program creates an innovative, experiential, interprofessional advocacy training experience for graduate students from Law, Medicine, Pharmacy, Physician Assistant, Physical Therapy, Public Health, Social Work, Gender Studies, Engineering, and others. The certificate requirements differ based on your discipline.

To learn more about the certificate or get started with an application, contact us at learning@patientpartnerships.org or call 608 263-7736 for an advising session.

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Albert Carbo now works as a community pharmacist in Bremerton, Washington. He credits CPP’s training helping him to be a better advocate for patients.

Cindi Gatton now operates Pathfinder Patient Advocacy Group serving the Greater Atlanta area. She credits the certificate program as giving her the credibility she needs.