Publications of the Community Health Works of San Francisco
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Yes We Can Toolkit: All the tools and training materials needed to start a best practice asthma management program in a community health center or public health clinic (2003).
Highlights of our 1996 regional study with graphs. (1997) 2 pages.
Systematic survey conducted in eight counties of the San Francisco Bay Area in 1996 depicting expanding job opportunities for CHWs, areas of topical focus, wages, and competencies. (1996) 22 pages.
Summary of studies done on CHWs and their role(s) in community health care teams. (1996) 7 pages.
Results of a Statewide Survey and San Francisco Bay Area Focus Groups on the Community Health Workers in California's Public Health System. (1992) 36 pages.
Identification of main competencies CHWs perform on a daily basis providing a framework for a competency based training curriculum. Prepared by veteran CHWs using the DACUM (Develop a Curriculum) format. (1996) 8 pages.
Chart contrasting traditional professional and vocational education approaches with a competency based education. (1996) 2 pages.
Article for CHWs and managers describing the program's rationale for adopting a Performance Based Education approach. Published in the Healthy Mothers/Healthy Babies POWER Newsletter. (1997) 3 pages.
Table comparing CHW approach with traditional approach to education. (1999) 3 pages.
Program evaluation for five academic years showing the high rates of employment, promotions, and transfers of Ceritificate students; from 1992-1998. (1998) 5 pages.
Just the facts about...Community Health Worker Certificate Program at City College of San Francisco
Information and frequently asked questions about the Certificate Program. (2000) 1 page.
Catalog description from the CHW program at City College of San Francisco. (1996) 2 pages.
Chart of the core competencies that comprise the CHW Training Program. (1999) 2 pages.
Sample of grading sheet used to score final practical exam at the end of our training exam at the end of our training certificate. We use the World Health Organization's Objective Structured Practical Exam Approach. (1997).