Accelerating Best Practices in Peer Support Around the World

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3.13.13

Webinar Announcement: Peer Support in U.S. Health Reform

Please join Peers for Progress and National Council of La Raza for a webinar on March 28th featuring Maggie Morgan and Amy Katzen from the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation at Harvard Law School.  This interactive webinar will... Read More ›
1.14.13

PfP Encourages Growth of Peer Support in China

In a country with over 90 million people living with diabetes, the Chinese healthcare system is searching for innovative, scalable approaches to tackling their public health crisis. Peer support is become increasingly viewed as a sound... Read More ›
12.13.12

Ed Fisher and John Buse Promote Peer Support for Diabetes Self-Management in China

Peers for Progress was one of the key participants in World Diabetes Day media event (November 14) at the National Convention Center in Beijing, China. PfP presented on the advancement of peer support for diabetes self-management in... Read More ›
11.15.12

“Together on Diabetes” Releases Second Annual Report on World Diabetes Day

The Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation today marked World Diabetes Day and the second anniversary of its Together on Diabetes™ initiative by issuing the initiative’s second annual report and awarding two new grants to partners in... Read More ›
10.30.12

National Peer Support Collaborative Learning Network Webinar Announcement

The National Peer Support Collaborative Learning Network is a joint initiative by Peers for Progress and the National Council of La Raza. This collaborative network will focus on developing and sharing evidence of benefits of peer support... Read More ›
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