Case studies form the basis of a resource for AACP members interested in undertaking similar advocacy activities or benefitting from the insight and approaches described in each of these cases in the development of new activities. AACP members are encouraged to provide their own case-studies so that others can appreciate the breadth of the academy’s advocacy as well as learn from them how they might become active advocates.
The most effective way to frame an advocacy case study is to provide an example of an advocacy activity in which you were or had been personally engaged and follow this framework to build your own case study:
Case studies from AACP members are reviewed and posted on the AACP Web site on a rolling basis throughout the year. We welcome your submissions! Please send them in accordance with the framework above to Will Lang.