ประสบการณ์การปฏิบัติตามรูปแบบการพยาบาลสุขภาพครอบครัว มหาวิทยาลัยขอนแก่นฯ The Experiences of Practice according to the KKU Family Health Nursing Model for Reducing Alcohol Drinking Problems in Communities: A Qualitative Study of the Family Health Leaders
Keywords:the experiences knowledge utilizing practice, family health leaders, kku family health nursing model, qualitative study, reducing alcohol problems
AbstractThe article was reported the findings of a qualitative study of the experiences of 60 family health leaders, comprising of 31 females and 29 male, aged 30 to 65 years, from three study areas, including Ubonratchatani, Bureerum, and Loei provinces. Twenty committed participants per community were nominated by each community forum. With a quasi-experimental research, the researchers engaged in building participant capacities by training as well as doing action planning as guided by the model. This article presented the results of the qualitative data collection through observation, interviews and focus group discussions, being composed of 8 to 12 persons per group and separated by sex. Within all groups designated scribes took verbatim notes which were later subject to qualitative content and thematic analyses. Results revealed three themes as follows: 1) the roles of female participants driven through their sole; 2) from the starting point of uncertainty and delusive vision to the strategic planning; and 3) being proud of accomplishments. The findings reflected the lessons learned of the participatedfamily health leaders, which would be beneficial to those who were interested to provide a further similarhealth-promoting program support for communities in the future.
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