NCLR and Peers for Progress Release Comprehensive Guides to Implementing Peer Support Programs
LEAWOOD, Kan., April 22, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Peers for Progress, a program of the American Academy of Family Physicians... Read More ›
Peer support is emerging as a pillar of person-centered primary care. However, one of the challenges is demonstrating its cost-benefit and building a strong business case.
Our economic analysis report, included in this month’s... Read More ›
Overview of the Guide
The Comprehensive Program Development Guide aims to assist the development, implementation, evaluation, enhancement, and sustainability of peer support programs. A working document that catalogues current resources... Read More ›
Across urban and rural settings, peer support is helping African Americans address health issues such as diabetes and cancer.
In honor of Black History Month, our February newsletter looks at peer support programs around the country... Read More ›
The Kerala Diabetes Prevention Program (KDPP) is a peer-led group based lifestyle intervention, aimed at individuals who are at high risk of developing. Type 2 diabetes is becoming increasingly prevalent in India, with more... Read More ›
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