One-Week Seminar for Barangay Health Workers (BHWs)
Recently, a one-week seminar for Barangay Health Workers (BHWs) was successfully concluded in Capas. The seminar aimed to enhance the knowledge and skills of BHWs in providing healthcare services to their communities. It was organized by the local government unit thru Capas MHO in collaboration with the Provincial Health Office and Department of Health.
The seminar covered a wide range of topics relevant to the roles and responsibilities of BHWs. The sessions were facilitated by experienced healthcare professionals, doctors, and nurses who provided valuable insights and practical demonstrations.
The seminar also emphasized the importance of community engagement and effective communication in delivering healthcare services. BHWs were trained on how to conduct health education campaigns, organize medical missions, and establish partnerships with local healthcare providers. They were also encouraged to develop leadership skills to mobilize their communities towards better health outcomes.
Overall, the recently concluded one-week seminar for Barangay Health Workers in Capas was a resounding success. It equipped BHWs with the necessary skills, knowledge, and resources to effectively serve their communities. By investing in the continuous professional development of BHWs, the seminar aimed to contribute to the improvement of healthcare delivery at the grassroots level and ultimately enhance the overall well-being of the barangay residents.