- Chapter 1 What is advocacy?
- Chapter 2 Taking an epistemological perspective on advocacy
- Chapter 3 Advocacy in history and culture
- Chapter 4 Ethical issues in neurology
- Chapter 5 Physician autonomy and the pharmaceutical industry
- Chapter 6 Advocacy, campaigning, lobbying: Good or bad?
- Chapter 7 Knowledge and science are not enough
- Chapter 8 Perspectives on advocacy of medical doctors
- Chapter 9 Advocacy and the perspective of (neurology) nursing
- Chapter 10 Patient and caregiver advocacy
- Chapter 11 Patient involvement in European cancer societies: The example of ECCO—the European CanCer Organization
- Chapter 12 Advocacy for neurology in migrants
- Chapter 13 Advocacy for neurology: Local, regional, and national
- Chapter 14 Advocacy in the international arena
- Chapter 15 Working with others, the lesson of the European Brain Council
- Chapter 16 SOS Children’s Villages: Rediscovering advocacy to increase relevance and impact. A high-level case study
- Chapter 17 Project management techniques for advocates
- Chapter 18 International advocacy: Case studies and lessons learnt
- Chapter 19 Using PR tools for advocacy
- Chapter 20 Advocacy for stroke
- Chapter 21 Two decades of patient advocacy in multiple sclerosis: The success story of the European Multiple Sclerosis Platform
- Chapter 22 Advocacy in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
- Chapter 23 Neuromuscular disorders and advocacy
- Chapter 24 Advocacy for movement disorders
- Chapter 25 Advocacy for brain tumours
- Chapter 26 Advocacy in dementia
- Chapter 27 Advocating for orphan diseases in neurology
- Chapter 28 Palliative care
- Chapter 29 Advocacy for epilepsy: From the shadows to centre stage: Stand up for epilepsy
- Chapter 30 Advocacy for patients with headache
- Chapter 31 Advocacy for patients with neuropathic pain
- Chapter 32 Continuation or ending and ‘debriefing’
- Chapter 33 Results, outlook, and goals of this book
(p. 3) What is advocacy?
- (p. 3) What is advocacy?
, Walter Struhal
, and Thomas Grisold
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