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The Objectives of this research were 1) to study of temples characteristic and the Role Model of village for Health Being Promotion and Social Network for Reduce Alcohol Smoking Cessation according to Buddhist Integrated in Nonthaburi Province 2 ) to develop activities for Health Being Promotion and Social Network for Reduce Alcohol Smoking Cessation according to Buddhist Integrated in Nonthaburi Province and 3 ) to develop the suggestion policies for Health Being Promotion and Social Network for Reduce Alcohol Smoking Cessation according to Buddhist Integrated in Nonthaburi Province. The research was Mixed method research as Participation Action Research and was collected , analysis both quantitative and qualitative.
The results of this research were as following ;
1) Monks must be set dynamic network that drive preventive and proactive for set campaign with participation of party in public that must be integrated in problems in community , process and the model of activities.
- The activities for Health Being Promotion and Social Network for Reduce Alcohol Smoking Cessation according to Buddhist Integrated in Nonthaburi Province found that people had opinion of the participation for this case were in middle level ( Average 3.43 ) , when consider each item found that all were in middle level too.
- The monks who participated in Health Being Promotion and Social Network for Reduce Alcohol Smoking Cessation according to Buddhist Integrated in Nonthaburi Province such as Provincial public health , Local government organization for consultant , motivation both body and mind to people who Alcohol Smoking Cessation via activity that be called “ Pray in Buddhist Lent for reduce stop alcohol and smoking for Buddha” made them high quality of their life.
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