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This is a case study of how a telephone peer support programme expanded. The programme links people affected by cancer with a peer supporter by telephone. Service users include people with cancer...

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Author: Peers for Progress

From April 2017 to May 2018, the Q Improvement Lab explored what it would take for peer support to more widely available to those who needed it, to support their long-term health and wellbeing...

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Author: Libby Keck, Hannah Patel and Tracy Webb - The Q Improvement Lab

This documents lists measures used by eight projects to evaluate peer support for people with diabetes. These include ways to measure behaviour and quality of life as well as clinical measures. It...

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Author: Peers for Progress

Qualitative interviews with chronic kidney patients and their carers on why take up of peer support is low among this group

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A study of Together’s peer support in Hampshire has revealed the value for money achieved when delivering and reciving this service

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Author: Together for Mental Wellbeing

An evaluation form for service users to to complete when leaving peer run respite

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This guide contains tips for developing peer support. The booklet was written based on lessons learned during the facilitation of Evaluation Exchange; a time-limited peer support network created...

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Author: Institute for Research and Innovation in Social Services

From April 2017 to May 2018, the Q Improvement Lab explored what it would take for peer support to more widely available to those who needed it, to support their long-term health and wellbeing...

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Author: Hannah Patel and Christina Pagel, The Q Improvement Lab

This resource provides short case studies of evaluations which show how peer support can help to meet the needs of people with diabetes in the community and in healthcare facilities.

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Author: University of Michigan

This video of a webinar emphasises the importance of good evaluation techniques of peer support programmes. It provides tips and uses peer respites as a case study.

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Author: SAMHSA

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