Training and use of auxiliary health workers in Latin America
The author presents a study on the preparation and utilization of auxiliary health workers in Latin America, with special reference to their place in the public health team and the need to assign them specific responsibilities in such a way as to complement, without substituting, the work of the other team members.
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