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A systematic review of the effectiveness of peer/paraprofessional 1:1 interventions

By Wade, K., Cava, M., Douglas, C., Feldman, L., Irving, H., O'Brien, M.A., Sim-Jones, N., & Thomas, H. Prepared by the Effective Public Health Practice Project for the Public Health Branch, Ontario Ministry of Health.



"The Effective Public Health Practice Project (EPHPP) is a key initiative of the Public Health Research, Education and Development (PHRED) Program. It is jointly funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and the City of Hamilton, Public Health and Community Services." On the project website they this, among other, Final Systematic Reviews Summaries for Practitioners & Managers/Highlights for Policy Development.