Appropriate Forms of Volunteer Roles and Health Development to Sustainability In Suphanburi Province

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Keratiwan Kalayanamitra


The purpose of this research to present an appropriate model of the volunteer role in health development Suphanburi province towards sustainability this research uses a combined research method. Survey research data were collected by using questionnaires. Population and sample groups are Health Volunteers in Suphanburi Province. Use a simple random method Data were analyzed by using percentage, mean, standard deviation. Qualitative research Use education from documents In-depth interviews Use in-depth interviews with a structure. By specifying the primary data providers, specific people after synthesizing the data, it was summarized as a guideline for group discussion. Inspected by experts and checking the triangular data the results of the research can be concluded that the current state of development of village health volunteer competency (VHV.) In Suphanburi Province showed that secondary education is a group of people that the province values because it can drive the work of the province in many ways In terms of work give to the provincial public health to take care as possible According to the government regulations this performance should be developed. And has an important mechanism for driving the Health system of Thailand The goal is that people can take care of themselves health. By focusing on health promotion Disease control Primary care Effective referral With the Community Primary Public Health Center (NSC) as the center of work of the country and the Health Center is a large organization that Good cooperation with the province, providing close cooperation and coordination with all parts of the province. In summary, the work model is 1) Community Gardening 2) Appropriate technology 3) Adjustment of the health service system and 4) Volunteers must work together with social development as a whole.


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Kalayanamitra, K. (2019). Appropriate Forms of Volunteer Roles and Health Development to Sustainability In Suphanburi Province. Journal of MCU Peace Studies, 7(6), 1620-1634. Retrieved from
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