Peer Navigators for Latinos with Serious Mental Illness
Patrick Corrigan and patient partner Marilyn Aviles-Perez from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, talk about the importance of their PCORI-funded project which compared using peer navigators from the community to usual care to improve outcomes for Latino patients with serious mental illness. Peer navigators are individuals who have experienced mental illness and have been trained to help others navigate the healthcare system.
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