Much of the research on how housing assistance impacts households examines only the presence or absence of housing assistance without taking into consideration the kind of assistance received. Hence the second question considers the differential effect of several types of housing assistance programs [...]
A qualitative study addressing community health worker performance in Uganda. Focus groups were conducted with both low and high performing teams to assess the impact of supervision, peer support, relationships with other healthcare providers and retention and incentive structures on CHW performance [...]
An article from the International Journal for Equity in Health identifying factors in village health worker retention in Uganda’s national community health worker program.
An article from the Journal of Cancer Education. Describes a community health worker intervention to address racial disparities in breast cancer mortality. Presents the measurement tools used in the study and offers tools for adapting the program to other settings.
An article from the peer-reviewed journal, Preventing Chronic Disease, Public Health Research, Practice, and Policy. Investigates the opportunities and challenges of integrating CHW into health care systems, from the perspective of the CHW community.
An article from The Diabetes Educator. Examines methods of implementation of the CHW model within diabetes programs, as well as related challenges and lessons learned.
An article from the American Journal of Public Health. Explores whether a CHW-based program in Colorado would improve the risk of coronary heart disease in public health and health care settings.
An evaluation brief exploring six CHW models used in rural communities in order to identify promising practices that could be replicated in other rural communities.
In premium assistance programs, a state agency pays all or part of a family’s health insurance premiums. These programs are often implemented for low-income working families.
Learn how the Kansas City, Missouri Health Department confronted transportation barriers by providing bikes to clients with HIV. The staff’s simple strategy may be a best practice for future interventions.
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