Innovative Proactive Health Services: The Role of Community Nurse Practitioners in Response to Thailand 4.0

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Suriya Fongkerd
Sunan Sinsuesatkul
Seubtrakul Tantalanukul

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Innovative proactive health services are developed from the creative thinking of community nurse practitioners. It is a key factor in the 21st century’s competitive edge and the success of the nursing organization. For nursing organizations, leaders should promote their own creativity and that of the nursing team, along with the promotion and development of other capabilities to improve and develop nursing services efficiently and effectively in accordance with the requirements of the Thailand 4.0 policy, which will reflect the quality of services provided to clients. To accomplish this goal, one of the critical roles of Community Nursing Practitioner that impact the development of health service innovation is to activate critical and creative thinking to become part of the mindset of nurses. In order to understand the more complex practice situations of nurses, nurse practitioners should apply innovative proactive health services and jointly develop innovation to be and integral component of a sustainable nursing organization.

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Fongkerd S, Sinsuesatkul S, Tantalanukul S. Innovative Proactive Health Services: The Role of Community Nurse Practitioners in Response to Thailand 4.0 . NJPH (วารสาร พ.ส.) [Internet]. 2020 Aug. 27 [cited 2022 Dec. 1];30(2):10-22. Available from: https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tnaph/article/view/244839
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Suriya Fongkerd, 1Boromarajonani College of Nursing Chon Buri, Praboromarajchanok Institute

Innovative proactive health services are developed from the creative thinking of community nurse practitioners. It is a key factor in the 21st century’s competitive edge and the success of the nursing organization. For nursing organizations, leaders should promote their own creativity and that of the nursing team, along with the promotion and development of other capabilities to improve and develop nursing services efficiently and effectively in accordance with the requirements of the Thailand 4.0 policy, which will reflect the quality of services provided to clients. To accomplish this goal, one of the critical roles of Community Nursing Practitioner that impact the development of health service innovation is to activate critical and creative thinking to become part of the mindset of nurses. In order to understand the more complex practice situations of nurses, nurse practitioners should apply innovative proactive health services and jointly develop innovation to be and integral component of a sustainable nursing organization.

 

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