A Participatory Management Education Model through Simulated Family System to Develop Humanized Health Care Identity

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ประเสริฐ อัตโตหิ
ธีระพงษ์ อาญาเมือง
พัชรี ประทุมแย้ม
จิราภรณ์ โยวทิตย์
ปิยะนุช ทิมคร
จุฬาลักษณ์ ประเสริฐกุล


          The purposes of this study were to develop a participatory management education model through a simulated family system to develop humanized health care identity, and to examine an effectiveness of the model at Abhaibhubejhr College of Thai Traditional Medicine Prachinburi, Praboromarajchanok Institute for Health Workforce Development.

       A purposive sampling technique was used to recruit 115 participants consisting of instructors and students of Abhaibhubejhr College of Thai Traditional Medicine Prachinburi and people from the community nearby. The study was divided into 5 phases, comprising 10 steps. Data were collected from year 2014 to 2016 using interview questionnaire, assessment form and lesson learned recording forms. 

       The results showed that the participatory management education model consisted of principles, objectives, processes, evaluation and supporting factors. The model comprised 3 steps including 1) creating vision, 2) developing participation, and 3) managing education. In addition, it was also found that after the model was applied, students had higher levels of humanized health care

and innovation skills than those of before.


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อัตโตหิ ป, อาญาเมือง ธ, ประทุมแย้ม พ, โยวทิตย์ จ, ทิมคร ป, ประเสริฐกุล จ. A Participatory Management Education Model through Simulated Family System to Develop Humanized Health Care Identity. NJPH (วารสาร พ.ส.) [Internet]. 2018 Apr. 30 [cited 2022 Nov. 30];28(1):139-51. Available from: https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tnaph/article/view/121762


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