The St. Mark Community Health Project is divided into three parts. The first consists of a basic diagnostic, whereby members of this parish are taught to assess systematically the needs of their respective neighborhoods. The second involves training a group of local lay community health workers who will acquire the skills necessary to educate their neighbors about breast health, conducting self-examinations, and seeking professional consultations. And the third relates to helping community members to summon and utilize the resources necessary to have better access to the health care system.
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During March 2011, Dr. Paula Delpech and several of her nursing students traveled to Grenada to […]
The St. Mark project is guided by a community based philosophy of health care and social […]
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St. Mark’s Community Health Project is one undertaking of our larger nonprofit corporation, Community-Based Health, Service, […]