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Community health workers and their value to social work

Community health workers (CHWs) play a vital and unique role in linking diverse and underserved populations to health and social service systems. Despite their effectiveness, as documented by empirical studies across various disciplines including public health, nursing, and biomedicine, the value an... Full description

Journal Title: Social Work 2010-01-01, Vol.55 (2), p.169-180
Main Author: Spencer, Michael S
Other Authors: Gunter, Kathryn E , Palmisano, Gloria
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title: Community health workers and their value to social work
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  • Spencer, Michael S
  • Gunter, Kathryn E
  • Palmisano, Gloria
subjects:
  • Biomedicine
  • Collaboration
  • Communities
  • Community health
  • Community health aides
  • Community health care
  • Community Health Services - methods
  • COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER
  • Community Health Workers
  • COMMUNITY ORGANIZING
  • Community-Institutional Relations
  • Consumer Advocacy
  • Cooperative Behavior
  • Data collection
  • Diabetes
  • Ethnic Groups
  • Funktion
  • Gemeinde
  • Gemeinwesenarbeit
  • Gesundheitswesen
  • Health Care Services
  • HEALTH DISPARITIES
  • Health Services Needs and Demand
  • Healthcare Disparities
  • Humans
  • Influence
  • Interprofessional Relations
  • Literature
  • Medical personnel
  • Medical practice
  • POLICY
  • Practice
  • Professional practices
  • Public health
  • RACIAL-ETHNIC GROUPS
  • Social case work
  • Social Justice
  • Social Work
  • Social Workers
  • Sozialarbeiter
  • Sustainability
  • United States
  • USA
  • Values
  • Workers
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description: Community health workers (CHWs) play a vital and unique role in linking diverse and underserved populations to health and social service systems. Despite their effectiveness, as documented by empirical studies across various disciplines including public health, nursing, and biomedicine, the value and potential role of CHWs in the social work practice and research literature has been largely absent. Thus, this article introduces social workers to CHWs, their role in promoting culturally appropriate practice, and their utility in collaboration with social workers in community settings. This integrative review also discusses current challenges identified by the CHW literature, including potential barriers to the expansion of CHW programs, as well as issues of training, certification, and sustainability. The review also discusses the close alignment of CHWs with social work values and principles of social justice, suggesting opportunities for enhanced social work practice and research.
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abstractCommunity health workers (CHWs) play a vital and unique role in linking diverse and underserved populations to health and social service systems. Despite their effectiveness, as documented by empirical studies across various disciplines including public health, nursing, and biomedicine, the value and potential role of CHWs in the social work practice and research literature has been largely absent. Thus, this article introduces social workers to CHWs, their role in promoting culturally appropriate practice, and their utility in collaboration with social workers in community settings. This integrative review also discusses current challenges identified by the CHW literature, including potential barriers to the expansion of CHW programs, as well as issues of training, certification, and sustainability. The review also discusses the close alignment of CHWs with social work values and principles of social justice, suggesting opportunities for enhanced social work practice and research.
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