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Traditional Practitioners as Primary Health Care Workers
(1995; 146 pages) View the PDF document
Table of Contents
View the documentI. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
View the documentII. INTRODUCTION AND NEED FOR THE STUDY
View the documentIII. OBJECTIVES
View the documentIV. METHODOLOGY
View the documentV. REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
Open this folder and view contentsVI. DESCRIPTION OF PROJECTS
View the documentVII. RESULTS
View the documentVIII. LESSONS LEARNED AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Open this folder and view contentsIX. SUMMARY OF GUIDELINES FOR TRAINING
View the documentREFERENCES
View the documentAPPENDICES
 

REFERENCES

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10. Hoff, Wilbur and Maseko, Nhlavana, "Nurses and Traditional Healers Join Hands," World Health Forum, Volume 7, 1986.

11. Green, Edward C., "Collaborative Programs for Traditional Healers in Primary Health Care and Family Planning," in Fyfe, C. & Maclean, U. (Eds), African Medicine in the Modern World. Proceedings of a Seminar, Centre of African Studies, University of Edinburgh, pp 115-144, December 1986.

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18. Mangay-Maglacas, A. and Pizurki, H., Eds., "Utilization of TBAs in Family Planning and Maternal and Child Care," Traditional Birth Attendant in Seven Countries: Case Studies in Utilization and Training, World Health Organization, Geneva, 1981.

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39. Hoff, Wilbur, Guidelines for Training Traditional Health Practitioners in Primary Health Care. WHO/ICRI (in process of publication 1995).

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