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?
12 months, starting in April 2017.
Who we are working with:
Since announcing that the Lab will be working on peer support, a diverse group of almost 200 people have signed up to be involved with the Lab.
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 – May)
Winding up the areas of work started in phase 2, collating what we have learned about peer support and how the new insights can be practically applied in health and care.