Title: Part three: Recognizing care respecting the career Name: Professor: Course: Institution: Date: Introduction A community health worker is the most crucial group of individuals who understands and recognizes the community’s needs and those they serve. The trusting relationship that these workers have built with the community enables them to facilitate the services needed more easily and therefore easy access to those who need them. This trusting behaviour enables them to plan and establish community increasing knowledge on various issues in the society. Communities workers are dedicated people in society willing to work under data collection and recording that tends to take more time for the community health workers. In case the change the communities health workers intended has not being enacted they are forced to keep on insisting until change is seen which is unprofessional. Work cited Ofosu-Amaah Virginia. National Experience in the Use of Community Health Workers. A Review of Current Issues and Problems. WHO Offset Publication No. 71. WHO Publications Centre USA 49 Sheridan Avenue Albany NY 12210. 2015 Walt Gillian. Community health workers in national programmes: just another pair of handscontinued. Open University Press 2014 sssssssssss [...]
“Community healthcare workers are doing socially useful work to provide care for their patients, themselves and all those who depend on them. They often have to struggle to do that work, receiving little recognition and little respect. Added to the problems is the fact that their workplace is often the community.” Do you agree or disagree with these statements? Give reasons for your answers.