This literature review examines the training of community health workers in low-income and middle-income counties with special attention to detailing current delivery implementation and evaluation of training provision.
This is the first episode of the Review of Systems podcast, which is done in partnership with Harvard Center for Primary Care. The first guest is Shreya Kangovie, a researcher of community health worker (CHW) interventions who developed a multi-stakeholder team-based CHW model called IMPaCT (Individualized Management towards Patient-Centered Targets).
This qualitative study looks at the perceptions of community health workers on the outcomes of the Home-Based Neonatal Care Program in India. The authors found that having local women participate in development programs results in both the potential for self-development and the program objective.
This paper discusses the role of community health workers in realizing the right to clean air. Nepal is used as an example of a human rights-based approach to address the issue of indoor air pollution.