Accelerating Best Practices in Peer Support Around the World

Scientific Evidence

4.13.16

CHWs assisting Latinos manage stress and diabetes (CALMS-D)

Transl Behav Med. 2015 Dec;5(4):415-24. [Pubmed Abstract] Community health workers assisting Latinos manage stress and diabetes (CALMS-D): rationale, intervention design, implementation, and process outcomes Wagner J, Bermudez-Millan... Read More ›
4.13.16

“They’re Doing Something That Actually No One Else Can Do”

J Ambul Care Manage. 2016 Jan-Mar;39(1):76-86. [Pubmed Abstract] "They're Doing Something That Actually No One Else Can Do": A Qualitative Study of Peer Support and Primary Care Integration Mayer MK, Urlaub DM, Guzman-Corrales LM,... Read More ›
4.13.16

CHW Integration in Health Care, Public Health, and Policy

J Ambul Care Manage. 2016 Jan-Mar;39(1):2-11. [Pubmed Abstract] Community Health Worker Integration in Health Care, Public Health, and Policy: A Partnership Model Wilkinson GW, Mason T, Hirsch G, Calista JL, Holt L, Toledo J, Zotter... Read More ›
2.24.16

The Role of Evaluation in Developing and Sustaining CHW Coalitions: The Example of the Michigan CHW Alliance

J Ambul Care Manage. 2015 Oct-Dec;38(4):284-96. [Pubmed Abstract] The Role of Evaluation in Developing and Sustaining Community Health Worker Coalitions: The Example of the Michigan Community Health Worker Alliance Kieffer EC, Yankey... Read More ›
2.24.16

Do State Community Health Worker Laws Align with Best Available Evidence?

J Community Health. 2015 Oct 11. [Pubmed Abstract] Do State Community Health Worker Laws Align with Best Available Evidence? Barbero C, Gilchrist S, Chriqui JF, Martin MA, Wennerstrom A, VanderVeur J, Prewitt K, Brownstein... Read More ›
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