Strengthening and Health – Promoting at Workplaces toward the Nurses’ Networking to Enhance District Health System

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Panarat Chenchob
Vannapa Prathumtone

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          Strengthening and Health – Promoting at Workplaces toward the Nurses’ Networking to Enhance District Health System has achieved in to develop a community health and promote health - promotion behaviors. The approach to primary care system development and health, community, which contained important elements  are 1) the development of the potential of primary care nurses in the participant of health promotion; 2) the encouragement for health promotion based on the community/workplace context learning; 3) the development process with tools in order to analyse the problem, foundation and communicate with community; 4) the encouragement of the local government and public sector for integration in the common goal;  5) facilitator for sharing and learning in the health care provider between community health networks. This can inform health care providers and researchers to be more  interested in enhancing the community nurses competency. The encouragement for nurses and health care providers and community health networks should be supported basing on the context based of community to create a sustainable health system.  The important strategies strengthening and health – promoting, workplaces are as following: 1) determine political strategies; 2) develop health care system; 3) create supportive environment; 4) increase community involvement; and 5) health promotion and health education.  It has been working to promote health and Kick off the project. The project is launched to select the target establishment, collaborative planning in accordance with the joint action plan, there is a process of potential development and continuous monitoring.  There are supporting network, learning and sharing their lesson learn, and summarize knowledge. The development of health promotion in workplace is adapted to the changing context in which the key factor is that working in a spatial management model It should be based on the community context. The main point is sustainable by involving as a team, interdisciplinary relationships and nurse’s role both conceptual and technical feasibility. It is defined public policy in a clear direction and has an efficient management team that is critical to promoting health in the workplace.

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