Curt Wands-Bourdoiseau is a physician assistant who has worked in free and community clinics across the United States. He has also trained village health workers in rural, isolated and conflict zones in Southern Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and Colombia. Curt now works at the Hesperian Foundation in Berkeley, CA – serving as the project manager for the first major rewrite of the internationally renowned village health worker training book, Where There Is No Doctor.
In this podcast, he talks with Helen Osborne about developing healthcare materials with and for village health workers. Topics include:
- Overview about the Hesperian Foundation
- About Hesperian’s books, including Where There Is No Doctor
- Materials development process using the participatory model
- Lessons learned and shared with the health literacy community
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