Recruitment and training issues from selected lay health advisor programs among African Americans: A 20-year perspective

Jackson, Ethel J.; Parks, Carolyn P.
August 1997
Health Education & Behavior;Aug97, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p418
Academic Journal
Describes the components of recruitment and training as implemented in selected lay health advisor (LHA) programs among African Americans. Role of LHA in African American health promotion; Description of recruitment and training methods in selected LHA programs among African Americans; Recommendations for LHA recruitment and training among African Americans; Conclusions.


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