การพัฒนาสมรรถนะการคัดกรองโรคไม่ติดต่อเรื้อรังของอาสาสมัครสาธารณสุข ประจำหมู่บ้าน:การสังเคราะห์งานวิจัยอย่างเป็นระบบ (The development of health volunteers’ competencies in non-communicable diseases screening: A systematic review)

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จันทร์จิรา อินจีน (Janjira Iinjeen)
วิภาพร สิทธิสาตร์ (Vipaporn Sittisart)
จันทิมา นวะมะวัฒน์ (Juntima Nawamawat)
ปริญดา ศรีธราพิพัฒน์ (Parinda Sritarapipat)

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The Purpose of this systematic review was to summarize model of non-communicable disease screening competencies of village health volunteers. The published and unpublished research both in Thai and English from electronic databases, including ThaiJo, ThaiList, CINAHL, and  Digital Research Information Center from 2007 to 2016, were included. There were 7 papers met the criteria, including: 5 published papers (71.43%) and                   2 unpublished papers (28.57%). When evaluating the reliability level with the criteria of Stetler,it can be found that 6 papers were at level 3 and 1 paper was at level 4. The review found three methods to develop competencies of screening of non-communicable diseases of village health volunteer: 1) Educating by lecture, demonstration, and return demonstration, 2). Improving attitudes, thoughts and feelings by telling experiences and reflection, and 3) Practice skills from real practices. These three methods could gain knowledge, increase motivation abilities, and improve skills in screening for diabetes and high blood pressure higher with statistical significance. The results of the study show that public health personnel are able to apply these development guidelines to develop the ability to screen chronic non-communicable diseases of village health volunteers, and executives health team personnel should support and promote the development of non-communicable disease screening competencies of chronic diseases to ensure the operation of village health volunteers be more effective and efficient.

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