Introducing Two New Resources for
Community Health Worker
Programming
Allison Foster and Ram Shreshta,
URC/ASSIST
Henry Pe...
Workshop Schedule
• 9-10 AM

Presentation of the resources

• 10-10:45 AM Small group interaction with
the resources
• 10:...
The Reference Guide
• The process of developing and writing the
Reference Guide: Karen Leban
• The content of the Referenc...
Senior Writing Team
• Lauren Crigler, Crigler Global Consulting, formerly with the
USAID-funded Health Care Improvement (H...
Other Senior Authors
• Iain W. Aitken, previously with Management Sciences
for Health and Harvard School of Public
• Healt...
Collaborating Authors
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Shelly Amieva, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Peter Berman, Harv...
TOC: Section 1: Setting the Stage
• Chapter 1. Introduction (Steve Hodgins, Lauren Crigler,
and Henry Perry)
• Chapter 2. ...
Section 2: Human Resources
• Chapter 6. Community Health Worker Roles and Tasks
(Claire Glenton and Dena Javadi)
• Chapter...
Section 3: CHW Programs in Context
• Chapter 11. Community Health Worker Relationships
with Other Parts of the Health Syst...
Section 4. Achieving Impact
• Chapter 13. Scaling Up and Maintaining Effective
Community Health Worker Programs at Scale (...
Appendix
• Appendix 1. Case Studies of Large-Scale
Community Health Worker Programs: Examples
from Bangladesh, Brazil, Eth...
How the Decision Tool and Reference
Guide Fit “Hand and Glove”
Decision Tool
• Shorter (40 pages)
• Quick to use for speci...
How the Decision Tool and Reference
Guide Fit “Hand and Glove”
Decision Tool
• Extensive link to the webbased tools and re...
How the Decision Tool and Reference
Guide Fit “Hand and Glove”
Decision Tool
• Oriented primarily (but not
exclusively) to...
Four Questions
• Did you get the information you need?
• How did you use the resources to respond
to the scenario?
• What ...
• http://www.k4health.org/
toolkits/decision-makingtool-chw-programs
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Introducing two new resources for community health worker 15 oct2013

  1. 1. Introducing Two New Resources for Community Health Worker Programming Allison Foster and Ram Shreshta, URC/ASSIST Henry Perry, Johns Hopkins University Karen LeBan, CORE Group
  2. 2. Workshop Schedule • 9-10 AM Presentation of the resources • 10-10:45 AM Small group interaction with the resources • 10:45-11:45 • 11:45-12:00 Discussion Wrap up
  3. 3. The Reference Guide • The process of developing and writing the Reference Guide: Karen Leban • The content of the Reference Guide: Henry Perry
  4. 4. Senior Writing Team • Lauren Crigler, Crigler Global Consulting, formerly with the USAID-funded Health Care Improvement (HCI) Project • Claire Glenton, Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services • Steve Hodgins, Saving Newborn Lives, formerly with Maternal and Child Health Integrated Project (MCHIP) • Karen LeBan, The CORE Group • Simon Lewin, Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services and Medical Research Council of South Africa • Henry Perry, Department of International Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
  5. 5. Other Senior Authors • Iain W. Aitken, previously with Management Sciences for Health and Harvard School of Public • Health • Christopher Colvin, University of Cape Town School of Public Health (South Africa) • Jessica Gergen, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health • Wanda Jaskiewicz, CapacityPlus/IntraHealth International • Sharon Tsui, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
  6. 6. Collaborating Authors • • • • • • • • • Shelly Amieva, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Peter Berman, Harvard School of Public Health Rachel Deussom, CapacityPlus/IntraHealth International Dena Javadi, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Uta Lehman, University of Western Cape School of Public Health (South Africa) Elizabeth Salisbury-Afsar, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Kerry Scott, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Francisco Sierra-Esteban, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Rose Zulliger, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
  7. 7. TOC: Section 1: Setting the Stage • Chapter 1. Introduction (Steve Hodgins, Lauren Crigler, and Henry Perry) • Chapter 2. A Brief History of CHW Programs (Henry Perry) • Chapter 3. National Planning for Community Health Worker Programs Planning (Jessica Gergen, Lauren Crigler, and Henry Perry • Chapter 4. Governing Large-Scale Community Health Worker Programs (Simon Lewin and Uta Lehmann) • Chapter 5. The Financing of Large-Scale Community Health Worker Programs (Henry Perry, Francisco SierraEsteban, and Peter Berman)
  8. 8. Section 2: Human Resources • Chapter 6. Community Health Worker Roles and Tasks (Claire Glenton and Dena Javadi) • Chapter 7. Recruitment of Community Health Workers (Wanda Jaskiewicz and Rachel Deussom) • Chapter 8. Training of Community Health Workers for Large-Scale Programs (Iain Aitken) • Chapter 9. Supervision (Lauren Crigler, Jessica Gergen and Henry Perry) • Chapter 10. What Motivates Community Health Workers? Designing Programs that Incentivize Community Health Worker Performance and Retention Incentives (Christopher Colvin)
  9. 9. Section 3: CHW Programs in Context • Chapter 11. Community Health Worker Relationships with Other Parts of the Health System (Henry Perry, Steve Hodgins, Lauren Crigler, and Karen LeBan) • Chapter 12. Community Participation in Large-Scale Community Health Worker Programs (Karen LeBan, Henry Perry, Lauren Crigler, and Christpher Colvin)
  10. 10. Section 4. Achieving Impact • Chapter 13. Scaling Up and Maintaining Effective Community Health Worker Programs at Scale (Steve Hodgins, Simon Lewin, Sharon Tsui and Henry Perry) • Chapter 14. Measurement and Data Use for Community Health Services (Steve Hodgins, Dena Javadi and Henry Perry) • Chapter 15. Wrap up (Henry Perry, Lauren Crigler, and Steve Hodgins)
  11. 11. Appendix • Appendix 1. Case Studies of Large-Scale Community Health Worker Programs: Examples from Bangladesh, Brazil, Ethiopia, India, Iran, Nepal and Pakistan (Henry Perry, Rose Zulliger, Kerry Scott, Dena Javadi, and Jess Gergen) • Appendix 2. Current Perspectives of Large Scale Community Health Worker Programs: Summary of Findings from Key Informants Opinions (Sharon Tsui, Elizabeth Salisbury-Afshar, Rose Zulliger and Henry Perry)
  12. 12. How the Decision Tool and Reference Guide Fit “Hand and Glove” Decision Tool • Shorter (40 pages) • Quick to use for specific question with quick links to other sources • Meant to be used exclusively as a web-based resource Reference Guide • Longer (>400 pages) • Requires more time to digest content, “academic discourse” • Meant to be used as a “free-standing” document or a web-based resource
  13. 13. How the Decision Tool and Reference Guide Fit “Hand and Glove” Decision Tool • Extensive link to the webbased tools and resources • Limited links to peerreviewed literature • Description of case studies very brief, though many examples included Reference Guide • Limited links to web-based resources • Numerous references to peer-reviewed literature • Description of case studies more extensive (including Appendix with detailed case studies of large-scale CHW programs in 6 countries)
  14. 14. How the Decision Tool and Reference Guide Fit “Hand and Glove” Decision Tool • Oriented primarily (but not exclusively) to programs that use volunteer CHWs Reference Guide • Oriented exclusively to large-scale CHW programs
  15. 15. Four Questions • Did you get the information you need? • How did you use the resources to respond to the scenario? • What information is missing? • How could the resources be made to be more user-friendly?
  16. 16. • http://www.k4health.org/ toolkits/decision-makingtool-chw-programs
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