Understanding the impact of peer support


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In this blog Don Redding from National Voices and Halima Khan from NESTA argue that peer support is a key building block in enabling people with long term conditions to successfully manage in the 99% of time they are not in direct contact with healthcare professionals. 

 It highlights evidence from a recent research review by National Voices and NESTA about its potential impact on people's health and wider wellbeing and the types of support found to be most effective.

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