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dc.contributor.authorYanggratoke, Sen
dc.contributor.authorRatchasima, Nen
dc.contributor.authorBriggs, DSen
dc.description.abstractThailand's health system reform agenda mandates a transformational shift in approaches to primary health care management, service delivery, training and learning.MANAGEMENT - Management approaches underpinning an effective implementation of health reforms can be summarised as being change management and performance management based on effective leadership.SERVICE DELIVERY - Primary health care service delivery needs to be based on the principles of sustainability; increasingly embrace teamwork (function based); advocate capacity building; and shift from the dominance of curative care to a focus on preventative, promotive and rehabilitative care.TRAINING - While training of all staff (managers, doctors, nurses and other health providers) still requires, as a first and necessary step, the achievement of a range of competencies, the aim of such training is the achievement of capabilities as part of an inter-professional health care service environment. For such training to be effective in dealing with a professional approach to 21st century health challenges, this kind of training context needs to be replicated in the professional work place.LEARNING - Learning principles need to embrace life-long, self-directed learning seeking new knowledge and aiming to improve performance in a changing, complex and multi-faceted health environment.WORKSHOP RESULTS - Participants in the three day workshop nominated networking, teamwork, monitoring and evaluation as the priority learning areas.TIMEFRAMES - While seminar series content can be developed in the short term and implemented in 6–12 months, the development of a formal learning curriculum will require a longer period and adequate investment of resources. However, it would be helpful, if in implementing a seminar series, a policy decision is taken that the content will subsequently develop into a formal curriculum so that the seminar series development is informed by that intention.en
dc.publisherMinistry of Public Health & National Health Security Office, Thailanden
dc.titleResearch Workshop in Nakhon Ratchasima Provincial Health Office, 13-15 November, 2006: To Deliver Curricula for Primary Care Health Professionals in Health Management and Nursingen
dc.subject.keywordsPublic Health and Health Servicesen
local.subject.for2008111799 Public Health and Health Services not elsewhere classifieden
local.subject.seo730299 Public health not elsewhere classifieden
dc.contributor.corporateMinistry of Public Health & National Health Security Office, Thailanden
local.profile.schoolSchool of Healthen
local.record.institutionUniversity of New Englanden
local.title.subtitleTo Deliver Curricula for Primary Care Health Professionals in Health Management and Nursingen
local.title.maintitleResearch Workshop in Nakhon Ratchasima Provincial Health Office, 13-15 November, 2006en
local.output.categorydescriptionR1 Contract Reporten
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