What would it take for effective peer support to be available to everyone who wants it, to help manage their long-term health and wellbeing needs?
Nine to 12 months, starting in April 2017.
Who we are working with:
Since announcing that the Lab will be working on peer support, over 100 people – from across health and care – have signed up to work with the Lab throughout the 12 months.
If you’d like to get involved, get in touch.
Phase 1: Research and Discovery (April – July)
Drawing on what is already known about peer support and collaborating with over 100 people to gain a deep system-wide understanding of the issue. Learn more
Phase 2: Developing and testing ideas (August – December)
Gathering new data and insight, teasing out the learning and developing ideas.
Phase 3: Capture learning and next steps (January – March)
Share the learning of phase 2 and working on next steps.