Community Capacity Building in Bed Ridden Patient, Amphoe Ngao, Lampang

  • ขณิฐฐา ชงโคสันติสุข Ngao District Public Health Office, Lampang Province
  • ขณิฐฐา ชงโคสันติสุข Ngao District Public Health Office, Lampang Province
Keywords: Community Capacity Building, Bed Ridden Patient


The result of high efficiency management and supporting plan of community capacity building in bed ridden patient will give rise to treatment and also the best quality of patient’s life. The objective was to study the community capacity building in bed ridden patient incorporate to the treatment system and people participation. Both qualitative and quantitative research were mixed. Sample group were 41 persons from many partnerships such as: the community leader, organization representatives, administration officers, village health volunteers, the head of the elderly group and community volunteers. The tool consisted of the questionnaires and interviewing. Collected data were performed by questionnaires, group conversation and brain-storming. Descriptive analysis was manipulated from frequency, percent, and average of standard deviation. Quality analysis was made by content analysis. Result : This research showed that the opinion in community activities had insufficient prosthesis to rehabilitate bed ridden patients by xˉ = 1.95, S.D.= 0.74 and house-visit by community volunteer were also less by xˉ = 1.20, S.D.= 0.64.Content analysis showed that : 1) Strength of home and community care systems such as: Personal care, budget, materials and good management 2) Applied treatment innovation, exist of prosthesis hub, community coordination with family care team, looking for the job to patient and caregiver to earn their life 3) Strengthen partnerships, organization leader and community volunteer. The ultimate goal of the patients on the bridge were the best quality of life and relied on themselves. Conclusion and Suggestion: Community could add development plan about capacity building in bed ridden patient by efficiency service. Especially sufficient equipment in the prosthesis hub. The addition of house-visiting, budgets for the patients and caregivers to rely on themselves continuously.


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