Authors: Jacqueline Miller, Amy Quan, and Susan Chapman
The purpose of this article was to describe Community Health Worker/Promoter education and training programs in California, including details about program location(s), delivery mode, length, and other characteristics. Programs were identified through established connections from previous projects and by searching the web. Key findings pertained to flaws of CHW/P training programs in certain regions, the relative balance of well-established and newer programs, and the inconsistency in program lengths. The results of this article can inform policy decisions as the state looks to support and expand the CHW/P workforce.
Link: Understanding California’s Community Health Worker/Promotor Workforce: CHW/P Training Programs
Resource Type: Research
Region: North America (U.S. and Canada)
Country: United States of America