INTEGRATION makes sense, but HOW?
This is the second post of a three part series of guest blogs based on writings provided by Maurits van Pelt, Director of MoPoTsyo Patient Information Centre in Cambodia. Collectively these writings... Read More ›
Peer Support: Developing a Niche and Demonstrating Value
This will be the first of a three part series of guest blogs based on writings provided by Maurits van Pelt, Director of MoPo Tsyo Patient Information Centre in Cambodia.... Read More ›
Bridging the Gap: Students and Professionals in Peer Support
By Clayton Velicer,
Health Behavior and Health Education
As Peers for Progress continues to collaborate with peer support programs around the globe there is... Read More ›
Over the summer the Economist had an interesting article called the Test of Time about organizational endurance. The point it develops is that organizational endurance comes from identifying and serving a need, not from occupying and... Read More ›
Peers for Progress Annual Letter
We hope that your holidays were joyous and relaxing, and that 2011 is looking promising to you. The past year was very successful for Peers for Progress, the program of the American... Read More ›
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