Development of empowering and competency of telephone hotline counseling program on conditional behavior of quitting and inability to quit smoking of students who smoke


  • yodrawin Jornburom Faculty of Nursing, Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi
  • Anusorn Nanudon Faculty of Nursing, Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi
  • Phatcharaphan Chaiyasung Faculty of Nursing, Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi
  • Rutshaporn Sridet Faculty of Nursing, Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi


telephone hotline counseling program, nursing student, smoker


          This research and development aimed to 1) identify components of empowerment and competency of telephone hotline counseling of nursing student leaders club 2) develop program and 3) assess the effectiveness of program. The 3 steps of research including 1) study the components of program development by synthesizing research 2) program development by collecting quantitative data from70 third-year nursing students and in-depth interviews with 8 nursing student leaders, and 3) testing the effectiveness of the program with 15 nursing students who had undergone training under the program and 30 smoking students . Data was collected using a questionnaire analyze data descriptive statistics,Chi-square test,Independent Samples-t-test, Pairedand was analyzed by t-test and content analysis. The results revealed that components of program development were motivation, personal characteristics, self-concept, counseling skills and knowledge. These components were assessed for suitability and consistency by experts at the highest level. It was found that the experimental group had significantly higher performance in the hotline counseling than the control group after the experiment at the .05 level. Students who smoked in the experimental group also had a mean score ofonditional behaviors of quitting and unable to quit smoking statistically significantly lower than the control group at <.001. Therefore, the researcher suggested that the principles, concepts, processes and techniques of the theory should be studied and practiced for proficiency. in order to be able to apply it properly Most effective in practice.



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Jornburom, yodrawin, Nanudon, A., Chaiyasung, P., & Sridet , R. (2022). Development of empowering and competency of telephone hotline counseling program on conditional behavior of quitting and inability to quit smoking of students who smoke. Journal of Public Health Nursing, 36(2), 34–50. Retrieved from



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