Transformative Education: The Collaboration between Educational Institutes and Healthcare Service Providers in Communities

Main Article Content

มกราพันธุ์ จูฑะรสก
วัชรี อมรโรจน์วรวุฒิ
วิไลวรรณ วัฒนานนท์
เบญจพร ทิพยผลาผลกุล
อณิษฐา จูฑะรสก

Abstract

Education institutes and healthcare service providers under the Ministry of Public Health are responsible for training the health workforce to serve the needs of the community for healthcare services and also to supply the health workforce to the national healthcare system. These institutes realize the need to set their own intra-organization training as an additional way to help feed in a qualified health workforce into the system. The internal training embraces a humanized healthcare service approach as its core for educational transformations. The leaders of these institutes play an important role in adopting transformative learning, transformative curriculum and transformative management in their institutes. In addition, according to the Praboromarajchanok Institute for Health Workforce Development Plan, the humanized healthcare concept has also been announced as the shared vision for inter-organization training between educational institutes and healthcare service providers. The internship at healthcare service providers offer the hands-on training and real practices for students. For almost a decade (2011-2019), such inter-organization collaboration has been perceived as a knowledge capital and social asset in cultivating a qualified health workforce for the communities and the nation.

Downloads

Download data is not yet available.

Article Details

How to Cite
1.
จูฑะรสก ม, อมรโรจน์วรวุฒิ ว, วัฒนานนท์ ว, ทิพยผลาผลกุล เ, จูฑะรสก อ. Transformative Education: The Collaboration between Educational Institutes and Healthcare Service Providers in Communities. NJPH (วารสาร พ.ส.) [Internet]. 2019 Dec. 20 [cited 2022 Dec. 8];29(3):1-17. Available from: https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tnaph/article/view/230766
Section
บทความวิชาการ

References

1. Sinlarat P. Quality principles of higher education standards in Prapat Panliang, Editors of Education for Sustainable Development, Bangkok: Thana Press Company Limited;2017. (in Thai).

2. Wongyai W, Patthaphol M. Curriculum assessment for learning and development. 3rd edition, Bangkok: Charan Sanitwong Printing Company;2015. (in Thai).

3. Praboromarajchanok Institute. A guide to implementation of graduate identity of Praboromarajchanok Institute, Ministry of Public Health. Nonthaburi: Yutharin Printing;2013 (in Thai).

4. Hanpaichaiyakul S. et al. The development of well-being under the innovation of simulated family system (one college one community). Journal of Nursing, Ministry of Public Health 2014;24 (1):67-79. (in Thai).

5. Siriporn L, Jutarosaga M, Charoensuk S. Naraballop F. The integrated model of system thinking and humanized health care within a multi-cultural society, Praboromarajchanok Institute. Journal of Nursing and Education 2014;7 (1):39-54. (in Thai).

6. Wasi P. Creating quality Thais from collaborative learning in practice: empowering empowerment festival for children, youth and families. February 27, 2018. Impact Muang Thong Thani;2018. (in Thai).

7. Jutarosaga M. The lessons of the development of a model to promote morality and ethics in organization by a multidisciplinary leader Chaiyaphum Hospital. Bangkok: Danex Inter Corporation;2018. (in Thai).

8. Jutarosaga M. Process of learning humanized health care under simulate family system. Khon Kaen: Klang Na Witthaya;2008.(in Thai).

9. Wattananon W. Cooperation in the production of nursing with morality, ethics, service mind with humanity between Borommarajonani College of Nursing, Khon Kaen and Khon Kaen Hospital (Copied documents);2018. (in Thai).

10. Sansuk J, Somtua N, Janda S. Effects of simulated families on the persistent service-minded identity with a human heart in a community nurse production project for the community and by the community in Khon Kaen: an integrative study. Journal of Nursing and Health Care 2015; 34(3):140-146. (in Thai).

11. Kittiraktrakun S. et al. Developing a network model for humanized health care among nursing colleges under Praboromarajanok institute Thailand. Journal of Nursing Division 2011;38 (1): 16-30.(in Thai).

12. Jutarosaga M, Kaewon S, Sansuk J. Training curriculum development on the potential development of village health volunteers with a system thinking process and humanized health care. Boromarajonani College of Nursing Khon Kaen, Khon Kaen;2012. (in Thai).

13. Jutarosaga M, Amornrojanavaravutti W. Lessons to reflect the phenomenon of creating conscious service with love project to produce nurses to develop public health in border provinces following
Somdet Ya’s;2019. (in Thai).
14. Jutarosaga M, Jutarosaga A. Reflections: creative systematic thinking with 3 baskets. Bangkok: Danex Inter Corporation;2016. (in Thai).