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PfP Global Director Presents at Nesta Health Lab

On February 9th, Nesta hosted a one-day conference to explore the digital and social innovations happening in health and healthcare. Ed Fisher, global director of Peers for Progress, was invited to speak about peer support as a global... Read More ›

How CHWs Are Transforming Care

The Commonwealth Fund's new publication, Transforming Care, features three articles on the impact of community health workers on healthcare improvement. These articles did a great job of combining the latest research with real-life... Read More ›

Health Affairs Briefing on Non-Communicable Diseases, Sept. 9

Health Affairs Briefing, September 9, 2015 Non-Communicable Diseases: The Growing Burden Register Now! While growing wealth has reduced the burden of infectious diseases both globally and here at home, it has increased the risk... Read More ›

Request For Proposals: The UNC Center for Diabetes Translation Research (CDTR) pilot grants program

Budgets ranging from $20,000 - $40,000 Proposals due July 20, 2015 by 5pm CDTR Pilot Guidelines The full details are on the web at: I. Purpose The goal of the program is... Read More ›

Report on Peer Support in Advanced Primary Care

Peer Support Shown to Relieve Community Health Burdens, Reduce Costs and Improve Access to Care Report Focuses on Primary Care Settings and the Patient-Centered Medical Home Leawood, KS – Today, Peers for Progress, a program of the... Read More ›
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