This 2012 updated reprint of Helping Health Workers Learn ensures that the book continues to be an accurate companion to Where There Is No Doctor, with updated references, new contact information for recommended organizations and materials, and changes to some of the appropriate technologies. All Hesperian books are regularly updated and reprinted to reflect accurate medical information. Helping Health Workers Learn is an indispensable resource for all health educators. This heavily illustrated book shows how to make health education engaging and effective, while emphasizing a people-centered approach to care. It also presents strategies for effective community involvement through participatory education. Topics include: activities for mothers and children, tips for using theater, flannel-boards, and other techniques, strategies for producing low-cost teaching aids, and how to build on a community's traditions, experiences, and strengths.
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