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Public Engagement in Health Policy (PEHP) Project announces Community Fellowship recipients to build capacity for innovative engagement-related activities
The Public Engagement in Health Policy Project is pleased to announce its support for eleven Community Fellowships that will support organizations to carry out short-term engagement-related activities to advance the goals of more inclusive health system and policy decision making.
The goal of these Community Fellowships is to support community leaders, organizations, or other teams to carry out innovative engagement projects. In addition to the funding provided for each Fellowship, the PEHP project team is supporting Fellows’ activities through ad-hoc consultations, through learning and exchange opportunities, and by promoting Fellowship activities.
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Natasha shares her story of her diagnosis of Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA) at age 13 which changed her life and set her on a path she never imagined. She thought arthritis is only for old people, but kids get it too.
Read more at: https://www.arthritisresearch.ca/kids-also-have-arthritis/
Natasha gets featured at an Episode of Arthritis At Home, she shares her juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) disease journey and what she is doing to advocate and help those living with JIA.
Listen to her at: https://arthritisathome.jointhealth.org/?p=5005
More episodes can be found out at https://jointhealth.org/ArthritisAtHome.cfm
Take a Pain Check is now on the Power over Pain Portal !
The Power Over Pain Portal provides you with access to a range of free resources, courses, and peer support. You are not alone on your journey to cope with pain – there is hope.
Visit them at https://www.popyouth.ca/
Published by The Canadian Arthritis Patient Alliance, Take a Pain Check Foundation and The Choice Reseach Lab
Take a Pain Check is an official resource on the UCAN CAN-DU app!
Watch our episode in conversation with the Sickboy podcast!