Peer support programs can strengthen primary care practice and community health, reaching vulnerable populations and reducing health disparities. Through the work of promotores, it can even address the social determinants of health. In... Read More ›
Judith Shulevitz, science editor for The New Republic, shares her new article on The Lethality of Loneliness.
You can also read more about loneliness in this recent New York Times blog: Shaking Off Loneliness.
From its roots in... Read More ›
April 29, 2013
With support from the government, as well as diabetes experts and patient communities, patient support groups in Taiwan have grown in number significantly. To date, there are more than 450 patient support groups... Read More ›
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced the availability of new funding to support Navigators in Federally-facilitated and State Partnership Marketplaces. Navigators are individuals and entities that will provide... Read More ›
In the March issue of the Peers for Progress newsletter, our program spotlight features DiabetesSisters, a nonprofit organization that offers education, peer support, and advocacy for women with all types of diabetes. DiabetesSisters is... Read More ›
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