This article describes the feasibility of developing real-time, village-based health surveillance of an epidemic of Nodding syndrome (NS) using software-programmed smartphones operated by minimally trained lay mHealth reporters in northern Uganda.
This retrospective cohort study compares Village Health Volunteers (VHVs) and basic health staff (BHS) in the detection and treatment of malaria. The researchers find that VHVs are more accessible to mothers and children.
In this study, a non-randomized trial design is used to assess the effectiveness of a group interpersonal psychotherapy intervention, delivered by CHWs, in the reduction of depression amongst caregivers of children with nodding syndrome.
In this literature review, the authors attempt to establish a set of strategies to reduce skin cancer risk by decreasing sun exposure in community health workers who spend long hours outside traveling to patients.
This study attempts to characterize the relationship dynamics between Latino participants and CHWs from the participant's perspective to determine if CHW-delivered community interventions affect behavior change among participants who reported anxiety and depression.