Are vaccination programmes delivered by lay health workers cost-effective? A systematic review

@inproceedings{Corluka2009AreVP,
  title={Are vaccination programmes delivered by lay health workers cost-effective? A systematic review},
  author={Adrijana Corluka and Damian G. Walker and Simon Lewin and Claire Glenton and Inger B. Scheel},
  booktitle={Human resources for health},
  year={2009}
}
BACKGROUND A recently updated Cochrane systematic review on the effects of lay or community health workers (LHWs) in primary and community health care concluded that LHW interventions could lead to promising benefits in the promotion of childhood vaccination uptake. However, understanding of the costs and cost-effectiveness of involving LHWs in vaccination programmes remains poor. This paper reviews the costs and cost-effectiveness of vaccination programme interventions involving LHWs… CONTINUE READING

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