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Objective : To study the health promotion in hospital, school, and community in Mie Ken, Japan, The first of all review was literature after that using interview method for data collecting and observation.
Design : Qualitative research .
Method : The place for study are Prefecture Education Center, Choyo Junior High School, Shima Prefecture Hospital, Shima Senior Center, Shima Health Center, and Akame Yojosho Mie Ken, Japan. Leader or responsible staffs of health promotion were interview. Tools for data collecting were guideline questionnaire and observation including photograph. The Content analysis were used.
Results : The results of this study show that: the leader and responsible staffs of hospital, school, and community at Mie Ken, Japan are interested in health promotion program and implement in those place follow on OTTAWA Charter by create health promotion policy, excellence physical environment, strengthen community participation, influence personal skill and reoriented health service to be holistic approach and including natural aspect emphasize for health promotion.
Health Promotion need community participation, team leader and committees for planning, working and evaluating to improve task including health value clarification and insert health promotion in the curriculum of those school and health setting lead to sustainable development.
Conclusion : Health Promotion in Japan such as Health Promoting Hospital, Health Promoting School, Community Health Promotion were planned and implemented follow OTTAWA Charter 5 Items continuously and sustainable 1). Building Public Policy 2) Create Environment for health 3). Community Strengthen 4). Personal Skill Development and 5). Re-oriented Health Service. These made Japanese are healthy and good quality of life, especially lead to the most long life expectancy in the world. Health promotion experience in various setting were good model for application in Thailand for healthy people further.
Key words: Health promotion, Hospital, School, Community, Mie, Japan.
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