Evaluating Peer Services in HIV Care and Treatment

Evaluating Peer Services in HIV Care and Treatment

February 2010
Center for Advancing Health Policy and Practice

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 impact of peer services on HIV care and treatment. Evaluators working in clinics and community-based organizations will discuss strategies and tools for monitoring, evaluating, and disseminating information about peer programs.

The webcast included speakers from three programs:

  • PEER Center, Boston University School of Public Health, Boston
  • MAPACT Project, Columbia University in New York City, NY
  • Missouri AIDS Alliance, Kansas City Free Health Clinic in Kansas City, MO

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