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10.30.14

Comparing Diabetes Support in 3 Countries

Clayton Velicer, MPH Our website has frequently promoted peer support and community health worker programs around the world including programs in Afghanistan, China, Australia, and India. In this week's blog, we discuss the findings... Read More ›
10.17.14

Relationship Styles to Enhance Mental Health Peer Support

Jewels Rhode, MPH student Research has shown that the development of meaningful relationships is an essential part of the mental health recovery process regardless of any specific therapy type or approach. This short guide was created... Read More ›
9.30.14

An In-Depth Look at Peer Support App Development, Part 1

Clayton Velicer, MPH Previously on this blog we have provided updates on mobile apps that incorporate peer and social support. Now, with the increasing number of apps coming onto the market, more transparency on the development and... Read More ›
9.12.14

CHW Care for Latinos with Diabetes: The DIALBEST Study

Clayton Velicer, MPH In our August Newsletter we highlighted the growth of community health workers (CHWs), particularly in Latino communities. We also highlighted an example of CHWs using mobile technology to boost impact in... Read More ›
8.27.14

Why Does Peer Support Work? Change Mechanisms Underlying Mental Health Peer Support

Huyen Vu, MSPH Involving peer support workers in mental health services is an effective means to improve the recovery outcomes for people living with mental illness. Evidence from the U.K., Australia, New Zealand and the U.S. suggests... Read More ›
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