Borroto, Radames. "National Training Program for Comprehensive Community Physicians, Venezuela." Medline. 10.4 (2008): 35-42. Web. 6 Oct. 2011. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21483335>.
Summary: The article explains how they trained physicians in Venezuela. Barrio Adentro was a program set up to assure primary health care to the population of an estimated 26 million people. They established a program to train doctors for public service as well as recruiting students who had no opportunity to receive experience in their University.
Analysis: This source is credible because it was written by a medical doctor. He was apart of the reform so it is first hand information. The source was also a journal entry and it was found on google scholar so it's more reliable than a website. It's relevant to this blog post because it talks about the people who need healthcare and how they have established a reform to help. This also relates because it shows that they are trying to help the people that can't afford healthcare by giving them places to come to get treatment.