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6.27.13

PfP June Newsletter: Innovative Applications of Peer Support in the ACA

In the Peers for Progress June newsletter, we discuss some innovative applications of peer support in the Affordable Care Act. Our spotlight discusses how peer support can help hospitals reduce readmission rates and avoid costly penalties.... Read More ›
6.24.13

Peers for Progress Global Director Presents at the Annual Meeting of the American Diabetes Association

Edwin Fisher, PhD, professor of health behavior at Gillings School of Global Public Health and global director of Peers for Progress, participated in a symposium at the 73rd Scientific Sessions of the American Diabetes... Read More ›
6.17.13

Webinar Announcement: Lessons in State and Local Advocacy for Program Development

“Lessons in State and Local Advocacy for Program Development” Thursday, June 27, 3:00-4:00 Eastern Time Featuring Carmen Velásquez, MA Founder & Executive Director Alivio Medical Center, Chicago,... Read More ›
6.4.13

Presentations on Peer Support and Diabetes from the 34th Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine

In March 2013, the Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) held its 34th Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions in San Francisco, CA. Peers for Progress was invited to lead a symposium on Peer Support Programs for Diabetes... Read More ›
6.3.13

Webinar Announcement: Community Health Workers and Reducing Disparities in Diabetes

Monday, June 17, 2013 12 - 1 pm ET Click here to register The Alliance to Reduce Disparities in Diabetes is hosting a webinar on June 17 titled: Community Health Workers and Reducing Disparities in Diabetes: Lessons... Read More ›
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