How to encourage young PC professionals to become active?

With the international development sector facing an increasingly difficult external environment, there is an urgent need to find creative new ways to make change happen. Working with young people offers an exciting opportunity to achieve this goal. By injecting energy and vitality organisations can bring a new generation of supporters on the journey to becoming active citizens for years to come.

 

But how?

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be involved in VdGM Pre-conference

Engagement of Young Professionals and EFPC - How to encourage young PC professionals to become active?

Dear You&EFPC memebers, On the behalf of VdGM I whant to ask you all: Are you interested in participating for the Pre-conference in Bratislava for the Spotlight workshops block in the pre-Conference?  If there are volunters we will prepare a workshop that will explain EFPC. I am waiting for your answers, we do not have so much time. You can find more information about pre conference in attached file.   Best wishes...

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PHC YOUNG LEADERS NETWORK

Engagement of Young Professionals and EFPC - How to encourage young PC professionals to become active?

The WHO asks young professionals, aged 30 or under or within 5 years of completion of education or post-graduate training, to come to Astana for the Global Conference on Primary Health Care on October 25-26, 2018 and get involved in the PHC Young Leaders Network. PHC Young Leaders Network Involves: Membership of the PHC Young Leaders Network to promote and advocate for the value of Primary Health Care Attendance at the G...

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Provide updated information about initiatives/scholarship for Young Professionals

Engagement of Young Professionals and EFPC - How to encourage young PC professionals to become active?

Share updated opportunities or scholarships for Young professionals as well as information about the experiences of these programmes if somebody within the network has already done it. (possible guidance in case someone would like to apply) Initiative such as the European Health Parliament,  where young professionals/students from across Europe and with diverse backgrounds (political studies, biomedical science, pharmacy, medicine, econo...

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Can EFPC provide young professionals with engagement value propositions that meet their needs or capabilities?

Engagement of Young Professionals and EFPC - How to encourage young PC professionals to become active?

Young professionals have unique needs and their own work experiences. Some actually do have experience with associations, but many have more limitations on their ability to join or otherwise engage with an association than their more experienced colleagues. Consequently, young professionals are often faced with association membership offers that don’*** ** meet their needs, are beyond their means or their capability to participate.

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Europe’s population is growing older. So does the organizations. The prevailing culture and language of governance in EFPC may be be ok for middle-aged members, but maybe this is not be the same for younger professionals.

Engagement of Young Professionals and EFPC - How to encourage young PC professionals to become active?

The practice of attracting the next generation becomes difficult when there are few younger people who are already members. The first step is very difficult and critical: We need active-young members to attract other young members. We need to have them executive board members as well as advisory board members.

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