Peers


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Peers

Equals; those who are an individual's equals in rank and station.

The traditional phrase trial by a jury of his peers means trial by a jury of citizens.

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For peers to be most effective in responding to the opioid overdose epidemic, they need to be in places where people show up, says Coderre.
There are thousands of peers working through recovery community organizations (RCOs), says Patty McCarthy Metcalf, executive director of Faces & Voices of Recovery.
The Indiana Department of Education, under the direction of Phyllis Lewis, commissioned the National Association of Peer Programs (NAPP), formerly known as the National Peer Helpers Association, now known as the National Association of Peer Program Professionals (NAPPP) and the authors listed above to develop a rubric for peer helping programs.
These information are stored by peers which is their responsibility.
Although on the surface peer review seems to make sense, we need to question whether it is reasonable and desirable, asking questions such as:
In fact, previous studies [6]-[8] have shown that peers possibly request for downloading with another peers outside their local networks even though the required chunks are locally available.
Some peers are condescending or critical but not constructive (MA)
In this paper, we therefore propose an efficient application-layer handover scheme to provide seamless mobility in the presence of handover by considering mobile peers' limited resources and the unstable characteristics of wireless networks.
Researchers investigated multidimensionality of peer pressure by measuring the perception of peer pressure in five areas: involvement with peers, school involvement, family involvement, conformity to peer norms and misconduct was quite evident.
The peer reviewer evaluate the manuscript according to the proforma and send it back to the editor.
The event highlighted peer support services in North Dakota and recognized the important work of peer support specialists, who bring hope by sharing their experiences and promoting a sense of belonging.
This handbook contains 35 chapters on the dynamics of peer interactions, relationships, and groups in children and adolescents, and their impact on aspects of social development and the causes and consequences of peer difficulties.