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In a recent New York Times article, Pauline Chen, MD, asks: “What We Can Learn from Third-World Health Care?” Chen rattles our assumption that the vector of aid and insight travels in one direction — from the U.S., with all our resources, knowledge and technology, to less fortunate places that need our help. Could the arrow point in the opposite direction? Could we who have everything learn from the widow and her mite?
Lysaught, M Therese. Reverse Innovation from the Least of Our Neighbors: Community Health Workers and U.S. Health Care. Health Progress, 94, 1: 44-52, 2013. Retrieved from Loyola eCommons, Institute of Pastoral Studies: Faculty Publications and Other Works,
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