This digital story describes how one peer educator supports one client’s efforts to manage his HIV self-care. It does not represent all peers and clients, nor does it portray all the ways peers help clients cope with the daily stresses of living with HIV.
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Digital StoryA The Peer Program Makes a Big Difference
Purpose of this toolkit: to support organizations and communities who work with peers to effectively engage and retain PLWHA in care and treatment. Primary audiences: directors/managers, supervisors of social services, clinic managers and medical directors, nurses and case managers, state and county [...]
Currículo en español This five-day curriculum provides training materials and instructions train HIV-positive peers to support patients with care and treatment in your community. It was developed as part of the Peer Re-Engagement Project (PREP) evaluating a program that brings HIV-positive peers i [...]
Versión en español Peer Re-Engagement Project Enhanced Peer Intervention Manual, Teaming with Peers to Engage and Retain Hard-to-Reach Populations in Care: This manual describes the process created and refined to link and re-engage people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) of color in HIV primary care. [...]
Currículo en español The purpose of this one-day curriculum is to train the staff who will be supervising HIV-positive peers as they support patients in HIV treatment adherence and retention in care. This curriculum was developed as part of the Peer Re-Engagement Project (PREP) evaluating a progra [...]
How do I know my peer program is working? Wednesday, January 26, 2011, ET Peers living with HIV/AIDS play an essential role in engaging HIV-positive individuals in care and treatment. This webcast is intended for organizations and individuals interested in learning about methods to document the impa [...]
Curriculo en español Purpose of this toolkit: to support the training of HIV-positive peers who work to engage and retain people living with HIV in health care. Primary audiences: experienced trainers and training organizations who can use this toolkit to design, enhance or refine their own trainin [...]
Kathleen Clanon, MD, Alameda County Medical Center in Oakland, CA and Sally Neville, RN, MSN, Director of HIV Primary Care at Kansas City Free Health Clinic in Kansas City, MO talk about how peers help their patients adhere to treatment.
An article assessing a peer-led diabetes intervention. Participants either received monthly calls from a CHW, or monthly calls plus weekly peer-led meetings. HBA1c, diabetes distress, depressive symptoms, and other indicators were measured.
The PEER Center aimed to improve HIV-related health outcomes for communities of color and reduce health disparities through HIV peer education by: Providing training and education to HIV peer educators Replicating successful peer education programs through training-of-trainers Building capacity in [...]
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