Development of Learning Model for Emergency Care Using Community Based among Active Aging in Phayao Province

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ทวีวรรณ ศรีสุขคำ
ประจวบ แหลมหลัก

Abstract

The action research aimed to develop learning model of a community-based regarding emergency care for active aging people in Phayao province. Two hundred and twenty-seven participants were; (1) supporter group, (2) practitioner group who were village health volunteers, active aging and representatives of people in the study area and, (3) community researchers and academic researchers.  This research divided into three phases; (1) the first phase was a survey of the community context and community needs regarding emergency care, (2) the second phase was developed activities and intervention, and (3) the third phases was an evaluation.  Data were collected by using documents observation, interview, test, forums, and after action reviews (AAR) technique.  Data analysis were using content analysis, descriptive statistics, PNImodified and Friedman test. The results revealed that the models composed of three components as follows; (1) the community structure was a rural context, kinship, reciprocal people, and personal social capital who lived inner and outer community and strong cultural traditions, (2) three processes were participatory learning based on community needs, informal coordination and continuous intervention program which significantly affected self-efficacy and expected outcome at p-value < 0.001, and  (3) community needs refection lead to be useful for themselves,  advise to another group of people and  also plan to establish activities  strategies in order to caring emergency care among aging people. This research recommends that the stakeholders should be taken to establish policy, planning and activities for active aging in the area study and the similar area.

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ทวีวรรณ ศรีสุขคำ

สาขาวิชาอนามัยชุมชน คณะสาธารณสุขศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยพะเยา ตำบลแม่กา อำเภอ เมือง จังหวัดพะเยา 56000

ประจวบ แหลมหลัก

สาขาวิชาอนามัยชุมชน คณะสาธารณสุขศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยพะเยา ตำบลแม่กา อำเภอ เมือง จังหวัดพะเยา 56000

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