Community Health Set

    Community Health Set


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    All the books you need to start a community clinic! This collection is aimed at resourceful health educators and includes the popular Where There Is No Doctor along with Helping Health Workers Learn and Setting Up Community Health Programmes. These titles cover general health topics and provide group activities and practical strategies for health education and management.
    Regularly $83.85 if purchased separately, this set is only $66.95 – a savings of 20%.

    Where There Is No Doctor is the most widely used manual for health workers, educators, and others involved in primary care and health promotion around the world. This manual provides practical, easily understood information on how to diagnose, treat, and prevent common injuries and illnesses. Current edition includes updated information on malaria, HIV, and more. (Read full description)

    Helping Health Workers Learn is an indispensable resource for health educators that shows how to make health education engaging and effective. This book encourages community involvement through participatory education and emphasizes a people-centered approach to care. (Read full description)

    Setting Up Community Health Programmes is a detailed, simply written how-to manual that covers all the basic principles of community-based health care, including setting up and managing specific programs. (Read full description)