Megan Evans, MSPH
Young people have unique preferences and needs when it comes to getting social support for a health condition. Here's a snapshot of what we know about those preferences. If you have any lessons learned from your own... Read More ›
Prof. Ed Fisher, Global Director of Peers for Progress
My comments address three general topics, the fundamental importance of social support in human behaviour and health, the strategic roles of peer support in prevention and... Read More ›
New Initiative Aims to Improve Veterans Health and Care Delivery
Integrating mental health services and primary care has long been seen as a key step to achieve better health outcomes. Nowhere is the need for integrated care more urgent... Read More ›
Patrick Tang, MPH
Every year, Peers for Progress looks to the annual meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine as an opportunity to learn from experts, share research findings from our network, and get inspired to take action. The... Read More ›
Clayton Velicer, MPH
Peers for Progress, the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) and the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC) cohosted a conference in April about the role of peer support in patient-centered medical homes... Read More ›
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