Factors Affecting to the Results of Thai Traditional Medicine License Tests

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Nitirat Meekai
Nipon Kaewtai
Suphawat Saiphanit
Kunwarang Kornkaew
Wasin Bumrungchaichana

Abstract

          The purpose of this research was to study the Factors Affecting to the Thai Traditional Medicine License Tests of the graduate, Thai traditional medicine graduate program. Sirindhorn College of Public Health Phitsanulok There were 99 students who graduated from 2015-2016. Objectives: To study the factors relating to the examination results for registration of Thai Traditional Medicine License Tests, the research instruments consist of the curriculum evaluation form. Data analysis was done by using percentage (%), mean ()  standard deviation (S.D) and data analysis using inferential statistics (Inferential Statistics) to test hypotheses. At the significance level of 0.05. Pearson product - moment correlation coefficient. Select a specific (Purposive sampling).


          From the research results, it was found that the Factors Affecting to the results of the Thai traditional medicine license exam were divided into 2 issues: 1) The factors most closely to exam results were teaching and learning, theory and practice, content being taught, and family support. 2) The relationship between the results of the 4 branches of the professional license exam with the combined GPA at the end of the degree. The bachelor's (GPA) is not statistically correlated with p > 0.05, but if the results are compared with the grade, it is found that those with a GPA of ≥ 3.50 are more likely to obtain a license in all four fields than those who obtained a GPA. However, if the graduates' examination results are desired to pass more, the responsible person should be aware of the planning of teaching students to be as knowledgeable as possible and should strengthen their professional commitment during their studies. In the course in order to make the results of the Thai traditional medicine professions examination more quality.

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