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Impacting Health and Well-being Outcomes through Peer-to-Peer Support Systems in Higher Education

Virtual Live Briefings Health, Safety, and Well-being Student Success Health, Safety, and Well-being Initiatives Graduate Mid-Level New Professional

The use peer-to-peer strategies remains a highly effective and economical part of developing health and well-being programs. Peer education models need to be specifically designed for specific college environments. The presenter will cover common modalities of peer-to-peer support, major taxonomies in successful peer support success, and limits of using peers as a model.

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