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Traditional Practitioners as Primary Health Care Workers
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Resumen
This study evaluated the effectiveness of four projects where traditional practitioners were being trained to provide various primary health care services to communities. The projects were based in Ghana, Mexico, and Bangladesh. The objectives were to evaluate the impact the projects had upon the communities they served, to determine which materials and training approaches were most effective, and to develop training guidelines to assist others in replicating similar projects.
Índice de contenido
Ver el documentoI. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Ver el documentoII. INTRODUCTION AND NEED FOR THE STUDY
Ver el documentoIII. OBJECTIVES
Ver el documentoIV. METHODOLOGY
Ver el documentoV. REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
Abrir esta carpeta y ver su contenidoVI. DESCRIPTION OF PROJECTS
Ver el documentoVII. RESULTS
Ver el documentoVIII. LESSONS LEARNED AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Abrir esta carpeta y ver su contenidoIX. SUMMARY OF GUIDELINES FOR TRAINING
Ver el documentoREFERENCES
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Traditional Practitioners as Primary Health Care Workers

A study of effectiveness of four training projects in Ghana, Mexico and Bangladesh

World Health Organization
Division of Strengthening of Health Services
and
Traditional Medicine Programme
Geneva
1995

This document was prepared by the International Child Resource Institute (ICRI), 1810 Hopkins, Berkley, CA 94707, USA under contract with the Division of Strengthening of Health Services. The principal author is Wilbur Hoff, Dr. PH, Director, Traditional Health, ICRI.

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This document is not a format publication of the World Health Organization (WHO), and all rights are reserved, reproduced and translated, in part or in whole, but not for sale nor for use in conjunction with commercial purposes.

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