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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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David Werner (born 1934) is author of the book Donde No Hay Doctor (Where There is No Doctor), co-founder and co-director of HealthWrights (based in Palo Alto, California) and Adjunct Associate Professor at Boston University School of Public Health, Department of International Health.
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