PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 7 Trends in health care

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Published: January 1992
Participatory Learning and Action
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Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988­2001 7 Trends in health care Alok Kumar Introduction support (Figure 1). If, for instance, the institution of the Dhangrin (dai) or midwife has Trends help to understand how things have gained a lot of credence with villagers, the best been changing in various fields over an help for the village would be in the form of approximate given time. For this exercise training these local midwives to be more contact is made with a mix of young and old hygienic and follow better techniques rather people, and after initial rapport building they than set up a parallel midwifery service with are asked about how things have been changing city trained staff. Studies of this nature can help over the last few years. About health care trends in making adequate and suitable modifications they are first asked what treatment facilities for health care. they have access to at present. This is symbolised on paper and checked Seasonality of disease (triangulation) by asking others also if these details are accurate. Then the older people in This study was carried out with a small group the group are asked about each of the facilities of villagers. Initially ...

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