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Table 2 Proposed curative and data tasks that can be shifted to CHWs

From: Perceptions of health stakeholders on task shifting and motivation of community health workers in different socio demographic contexts in Kenya (nomadic, peri-urban and rural agrarian)

Context Tasks that can be shifted
Nomadic Home care for malaria and pneumonia
Acute respiratory infection (ARI)
Epidemic recognition and reporting
Home based care for HIV/AIDS (nursing care, feeding, psychosocial support, treatment of infections)
Hospice services for cancer and stroke patients
Community-based rehabilitation for chronically impaired (physical and mental)
Arthritic care
Heart conditions
Community-based nutrition
Direct observation treatment for TB/AIDS
Household data collection
Peri-urban Home care for malaria
Acute respiratory infection
Epidemic recognition and reporting
Home based care for HIV/AIDS (nursing care, feeding, psychosocial support, treatment of infections)
Hospice services for cancer and stroke patients
Community-based rehabilitation for chronically impaired (physical and mental)
Arthritic care
Community-based nutrition
Direct observation treatment for TB/AIDS
Injections
Household data collection
Rural Home care for malaria and pneumonia
Acute respiratory infection
Epidemic recognition and reporting
Home based care for HIV/AIDS (nursing care, feeding, psychosocial support, treatment of infections)
Community-based rehabilitation for chronically impaired (physical and mental)
Community-based nutrition
Direct observation treatment for TB/AIDS
Research tasks shifted Data collection
Data cleaning
Data analysis
Data interpretation
Data dissemination
Conducting dialogue sessions
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