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Several recent studies have found that the contribution of Indigenous health workers in tackling diabetes, mental illness, maternal and infant care and palliative care have made a real difference to the health and wellbeing of many Indigenous people, Minister Nash said.
The literature showed a number of strategies that aim to redress the imbalance of indigenous peoples' health through addressing the shortage of indigenous health workers.
org), which was formed in 2003 by Elizabeth and Stephen Alderman to honor their son Peter who was murdered by terrorists in the destruction of the World Trade Center September 11, 2001, is to heal the emotional wounds of victims of terrorism and mass violence by training indigenous health workers and establishing trauma treatment systems in post-conflict countries around the globe.
5) Planning, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation are essential tools of management, and while consultative processes may incorporate community inputs, real participation demands the development of appropriate management skills in indigenous health workers.
Haiti is in dire need of indigenous health workers who are committed to their local communities.
These are all supported by Indigenous Health Workers who support the clients in the clinic and in the community, he said.