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Gary, Tiffany L., Bone, Lee R., Hill, Martha N., Levine, David M., McGuire, Maura, Saudek, Christopher & Brancati, Frederick L. (2003). ‘Randomized controlled trial of the effects of nurse case manager and community health worker interventions on risk factors for diabetes- related complications in urban African Americans,’ Preventive Medicine, 37: 32. Available here.

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Hester, J., Lewis, J., & McKethan, A. (2010, May). The Vermont accountable care organization pilot: A community HRSA, Community Health Workers Evidence-Based Models Toolbox, August 5, 2011. Available here. See HRSA’s other resources on CHWs here.

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Kania, John, & Kramer, Mark (Spring 2013), ‘Embracing Emergence: How Collective Impact Addresses Complexity,’ Stanford Social Innovation Review, Jan. 21. Available here.

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