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Peer Engagement & Evaluation

Peer Engagement and Evaluation Project (PEEP) is an innovative new initiative to ensure everyone across the province has equal access to harm reduction services.
The goal of PEEP is to establish an enhanced peer engagement network with best practice recommendations so service providers BC-wide can work with peers in their communities to better meet local needs. This project will build on existing peer relationships and explore new ways for more meaningful, ongoing dialogue.

Guideline: How to Involve People Who Use Drugs: 2-page Do's and Don'ts (Updated 2017)

Lay Summary: Peer Engagement in Harm Reduction Strategies and Services - Case Study (2010-2014) - May, 2016

Primer: The Role of Peers -  Prepared for the BC Overdose Action Exchange Meeting - June, 2016

Overview of the Peer Engagement and Evaluation Project (PEEP) 

Infographic: PEEP Process and Results - May 2017

Guideline: Peer Engagement Principles and Best Practices - A guide for BC Health Authorities and other providers - April 2017 - Online Version and Print Version

Guideline: A Guide for Paying Peer Research Assistants - Challenges and Opportunities - April 2017 - Online Version and Print Version

Lay Summary: Developing Peer Engagement Best Practices for BC Health Authorities - 21st February, 2017

Article: Empowering People, Reducing Harms - Peter Wall Institute - 27th January, 2017

Respectful Language and Stigma regarding People who Use Substances - March 2017

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