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A Little Bit of Poison...Will It Kill You?/Poco Veneno….No Mata? A Pesticide Education Manual for Community Health Workers

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This manual (English/Spanish) is a guide for community health workers  or promotores de salud to assist them with community-based pesticide education activities.  The manual offers information about health risks from pesticide exposure and ways to lessen these risks. Also, it includes useful information and tips to successfully work in the community. 

A Guide to Integrating Community Health Workers into Health Disparity Collaboratives

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The first section of the document is tailored to each Collaborative Topic (diabetes, cancer, etc.) with suggestions for how CHWs can promote significant outcomes within a variety of measures. The second section includes a grid describing roles for CHWs in five of six components of the Chronic Care Model, aligned with already-established Change Concepts such as "Set and document self-management goals collaboratively with patients." For each Change Concept, a number of high-potential Change Ideas are presented.

Environmental Health Training Modules for Promotoras

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http://www.farmworkerjustice.org/sites/default/files/FJ%20Training%20Guide.WorkplaceSafety%20v6%20December%202014.pdf

Bilingual training modules on Asthma, Lead, Pesticides, Water and Sanitation and Popular Education. Produced by Farmworker Justice as part of their Clean Environment for Healthy Kids. Contributing authors include Amy Liebman, Shelley Davis and Virginia Ruiz.

Aunque Cerca...Sano Pesticide Training Manual

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A step by step educational manual to train outreach workers and promotores de salud about pesticides.  Includes exercises to help workshop participants help parents protect children from pesticide exposure.

Camp Health Aide Manual

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A training guide for Promotor(a) programs from Migrant Health Promotion.
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