The Journal of Prapokklao Hospital Clinical Medical Education Center aims to publish articles in the fields of Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Nursing, Public Health, Health Sciences, Science and Technology, and related disciplines. The types of articles published encompass research articles, case reports, literature review, special articles, surgical techniques, and those of interest in the realms of medicine and public health.

          The original article, case reports, or research involving human subjects must receive approval from the Human Research Ethics Committee. Additionally, a copy of the certificate issued by the Human Research Ethics Committee must be attached. Only after obtaining this approval will the submission be eligible for consideration for publication in The Journal of Prapokklao Hospital Clinical Medical Education Center.

          The Journal of Prapokklao Hospital Clinical Medical Education Center is presently indexed in the Thai-Journal Citation Index Centre (TCI), Tier 1. It maintains a quarterly publication schedule, releasing four issues per year. For additional information, please contact us at Tel. 039-319-666, ex. 8345, or through email at

          The Journal of the Center for Clinical Medicine Education at Phrapokklao Hospital is available in two formats: print and electronic. It holds two distinct ISSN numbers: ISSN 0857-0914 (Print) and ISSN 2651-169X (Online)

Announcement from the Journal


            Since October 1, 2016
            The submission of articles for publication in the Journal of Prapokklao Hospital Clinical Medical Education Center, must be done exclusively through the ThaiJO system. Submissions via mail or email are not accepted. Theses, patient reports, or research related to human studies must have the approval of the Human Research Ethics Committee, along with a copy of the committee's certification. Additionally, research involving human subjects should comply with Good Clinical Practice (GCP) guidelines and be registered in the Thai Clinical Trials Registry (TCTR).
For research articles requiring registration in TCTR, examples include:
            1. Studies that prospectively assign human subjects to intervention or comparison groups.
            2. Investigations aiming to study the cause-and-effect relationship between a medical intervention and a health outcome.
            3. Research involving drugs, cells, and other biological products (Phase 2 to 4).
            4. Studies on surgical procedures.
            5. Research on radiologic procedures.
            6. Trials related to devices.
            7. Behavioral treatments.
            8. Research focusing on process-of-care changes.
            9. Preventive care trials.
            The editorial decision to publish an article is subject to a support fee of 5,000 Baht (with two qualified persons for consideration) or 6,000 Baht (if the author requests three experts for consideration), starting from January 2020. This fee is payable upon successful completion of the evaluation and necessary revisions for publication.
Downloadable submission forms:
1. Original Article (Download)
2. Case Report (Download)
3. Academic Article/Special Article/Review Article (Download)
For further inquiries, please contact 039-319-666 ext. 8345 or

Vol. 41 No. 2 (2024): April - June

Published: 2024-06-13


Assoc.Prof.Pipat Kongsap


Factors Related to Residential Hygienic Household Management Behavior in Bangsai Sub-district, Mueang Chonburi District, Chonburi Province

Sirikanya Thodart, Wirada Bunchaleaw, Sayan Panyasong, Yordmanoo Saiprom, Chavalit Kigpiboon


Factors Associated with Sub-Target Dose of Renin-Angiotensin Blockage among Chronic Heart Failure with Reduced Ejection Fraction Patients

Kanungjitr Tissakool, Somratai Vadcharavivad, Aekarach Ariyachaipanich, Watsit Chaipatiwat, Yotsaya Kunlamas


Development Model of Fall Prevention among Elderly People in Khon Kaen Province

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Weaning of Mechanical Ventilator Success in Patients with Brain Injuries: A Systematic Review

Warangkana Saisit, Napat Rattanahongsa, Unchisa Rattanakunuprakarn , Siwaporn Khiaokhoen


Factors Related to Family as Centered Role of Caring Group of Children Allergic to Major Food Allergens

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Iron Status Assessment among Hospitalized Patients with Acute Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding

Tatsanai Sattayaraksa, Natthawat Sitthinamsuwan, Nuttanit Pungpipattrakul, Kittiphan Chienwichai, Tiprada Jari, Keerati Akarapatima, Attapon Rattanasupar, Arunchai Chang


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