Community Health Nurse’s Roles in School Health Service


  • Praleena Thongsri Public Health and Urban Pathology Nursing Department, Kuakarun Faculty of Nursing, Navamindradhiraj University
  • Araya Chiangkhong Public Health and Urban Pathology Nursing Department, Kuakarun Faculty of Nursing, Navamindradhiraj University


Community Health Nurse’s Roles, School health service, Community health nurse in the school health


School health service is the important role for community health nurse to provide health services according to government serve to youth and school age children. This concept is consistent with the goals of the 12th National Economic and Social Development Plan. The main of operations are developed their education and get healthy. Wherewith, they have to receive a performance of care and will be adults who are healthy, get ability, and will have a quality for developing our country. The aim of this article is explaining about the roles of school health service in community health nurse The community health nurse in the school health, is one of the key health team with crucial role in preventing illness and enhancing good health among students by providing health services, including school heath education health promoting, health risky behavior prevention, and providing healthy environment for the youth and school age children.These proactive and passive roles are the vital roles which enhancing the youth and school age children to care themselves and support them to be healthy lifestyle. Furthermore, the community health nurse in the school health should be encouraging the family, community and school personnel to participate in health care active services or the youth and school age children. It is the most valuable resource in the nation today and in the future.


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Thongsri, P., & Chiangkhong, A. (2018). Community Health Nurse’s Roles in School Health Service. Journal of Public Health Nursing, 32(2), 203–222. Retrieved from



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