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Ryan White 2016 Presentation: Implementing and Evaluating a Peer-Enhanced Navigation Intervention

Authors: Fox, J., Goldberg, J., PATH Center, The Brooklyn Hospital Center.

Date: 2016

Project: MAI SPNS

Keywords: HIV/AIDS

Results from a randomized control trial–As part of the Minority AIDS Initiative Retention and Re-Engagement in HIV Care Project, CAHPP staff evaluated the effectiveness of a peer-enhanced intervention at three clinic locations. They presented their findings at the Ryan White 2016 conference. Staff from partner Brooklyn PATH Center presented about their experience implementing the intervention and incorporating it into their clinic practice.

Digital Story: Los Pares Cambian Las Vidas – Peers Change Lives

Authors: Staff and client from PR CoNCRA, Ablavsky, E.,

Date: 2014

Project: MAI SPNS

Keywords: HIV/AIDS

This video tells the story of one peer and one client who worked together to build a healing relationship to improve the client’s well-being and adherence to HIV treatment. In their own words, the peer and client relate how the client was restored to care and regained hope for the future. (In Spanish with English subtitles)

Peer Re-Engagement Project: Enhanced Peer Intervention Manual, Teaming with Peers to Engage and Retain Hard-to-Reach Populations in Care

Authors: Sarango, M.

Date: 2014

Project: MAI SPNS

Keywords: HIV/AIDS

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. It documents the intervention that was developed and implemented at three sites and provides a framework for future implementation of this model of an enhanced peer intervention. The appendices include sample work plan, job descriptions and other tools used in the intervention.

For an additional resource outlining considerations for starting or strengthening a peer program to engage and retain people living with HIV in care and treatment, see the PEER Center Project’s
Building Blocks to Peer Program Success: A Toolkit for Developing HIV Peer Programs

Proyecto de Reintegración de Pares, Manuel de Intervención de Pares Mejorada Creando un Equipo con los Pares para Integrar y Retener a las Poblaciones Difíciles de Alcanzar en el Cuidado

Authors: Sarango, M.

Date: 2014

Project: MAI SPNS

Keywords: HIV/AIDS

English version
Proyecto de Reintegración de Pares, Manuel de Intervención de Pares Mejorada Creando un Equipo con los Pares para Integrar y Retener a las Poblaciones Difíciles de Alcanzar en el Cuidado: Este manual describe el proceso creado y refinado para enlazar y reintegrar a las personas de raza negra que viven con VIH/SIDA (PLWHA, por sus siglas en inglés) en el cuidado primario del VIH. El documenta la intervención de pares mejorada que fue desarrollada e implementada en tres centros y provee un marco de trabajo para implementación futura de este modelo de una intervención de pares mejorada.

Peer Re-Engagement Project: PREParing Peers for Success Peer Core Competency Training Curriculum for engaging out-of-care or newly diagnosed people living with HIV in care and treatment

Authors: Ablavsky, E., Cabral, H., Downes, A., Fox, J., Lam, K., Makuch, M., Negron, C., Phillips, S., Rajabiun, S., Ruiz, J., Sarango, M.

Date: 2014

Project: MAI SPNS

Keywords: HIV/AIDS, Tools and Guides, Training and Supervision, US- based

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 into the HIV care team to support patients who have fallen out of care or who are newly diagnosed with HIV and at risk of falling out of care.

For an additional toolkit which experienced trainers can use to develop a training program, the following toolkit from the PEER Center project provides a range of modules: Building Blocks to Peer Success: A toolkit for training HIV-positive peers to engage PLWHA