Duke University

Technology to Enable Adolescent Peer Mentoring for NIH-Funded R01

February 3, 2020

Given the importance of peer relationships during adolescence and young adulthood, peer-to-peer mentoring is an ideal modality to assist in the development of independent self-management skills for participants to become active and engaged adults.

Researchers at Duke University have designed and pilot tested a peer-based coaching intervention, The Peer i-Coaching for Activated Self-Management Optimization (PiCASO) study to evaluate Peer Mentors’ ability to cultivate the development of activated self-management skills.

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