Nurse’s Roles in Caring for Children with Cyberbullying Victimization

Authors

  • suthida suwannarach -
  • Chalida Thanattheerakul Faculty of Nursing, Khon Kaen University

Keywords:

thailand

Abstract

      Nowadays children in Thailand were facing with cyberbullying problems. Also, the Coronavirus 2019 pandemic (Covid-19), People change lifestyle to the new normal lifestyle, schools closed for control the spread of viruses. Thus, many schools in Thailand had a new strategy for teaching during Covid-19 pandemic. A new strategy for teaching was an online learning or e- Learning. This reason makes children necessary use of the internet and social media for learning and communications. Results of this situation was cyberbullying problems in Thai children. The impacts of cyberbullying were physical impacts, psychological impacts and academic function impacts. Prevention of cyberbullying were parents and stakeholders must awareness to this problems, They must teach children how to use internet and social media in the right way. In conclusion this article was reflected parents and health care providers’ role to awareness of the cyberbullying problems as well as stategy to prevent cyberbullying.

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Published

2022-06-29

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suwannarach suthida, Thanattheerakul C. Nurse’s Roles in Caring for Children with Cyberbullying Victimization. J Nurs Healthc [Internet]. 2022 Jun. 29 [cited 2022 Sep. 27];40(2):6-14. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jnat-ned/article/view/254501