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    The development of violence research database and the synthesis of research on violence issues in Thai society 

    Nanthaphan Chinlumprasert

    The body of knowledge regarding violence issues in Thai society is significant for the socio-political movements and law reform to cease any form of violence against Thai people. The existing research papers on violence issues conducted in Thailand, so far, were distributed in various institutions and have not yet been systemically complied and effectively utilized. This study aims to analyze and synthesize research on violence issues conducted in the last twenty years (1981-2001) and to place the information into the violence research database ...
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    The effective outcomes of EMDR on Tsunami survivors: case studies of Khao Lak, Phang-nga, Thailand 

    Nanthaphan Chinlumprasert

    One of the major problems that came with the psychological assistance after the Tsunami was that there was no measure to identify the effectiveness of psychological recovery that was obviously intangible. This study investigated the effective outcomes of EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) on the traumatic recovery of the Tsunami survivors in Khaolak. Both quantitative and qualitative data were obtained. 13 case studies that neither have experienced any other psychological treatments nor have taken any mental medication for ...
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    The mental health service utilizing EMDR with Tsunami survivors in Thailand 

    Nanthaphan Chinlumprasert; Supin Pornbhipatkul; Monsicha Tanawut Phakaphon Taewrob; Thussaneewan Ponyot; Siriporn Poonruksa

    Life after Tsunami was difficult and the survivors have become traumatized due to the loss and the fear. Different techniques have been brought in to help people heal psychologically, and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) was one of them. This study reported the mental health service utilizing EMDR in Khao Lak under the Making Waves Project during February-December 2005. The participants were 415 Tsunami survivors who demonstrated psychological impact from the event. The Impact of Event Scales was used to identify the target ...
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    The nurses of community training model for community health system development: the community participation approach 

    Nanthaphan Chinlumprasert; Siriporn Poonruksa

    The National Health Care Reform in Thailand reflects the increasing demand of nurses in the community health care settings. To secure the availability of manpower, local young people are targeted to be trained to serve their own community after graduation. This research aimed to develop training model for nurses of community (NOC), and to study the potential of local administration and community hospital in cooperating with nursing school to produce nurses who can work collaboratively and effectively with community people. Quantitative and ...
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    Persuasion of International Migration Perceived by Thai Nurses 

    Supaporn Wannasuntad; Nanthaphan Chinlumprasert; Piriyalux Sirisupaluxana; Nantaga Sawasdipanich; Krisada Sawaengdee (2015)

    The purpose of this qualitative study was to understand the motivation of international migration of Thai nurses.The data were collected from 2 groups: 1) a group of 14 nurses who had experiences working abroad were recruited for in-depth interviews, and 2) a group of 16 nurses who were processing to work abroad, 14 of them were recruited to participate in focus group interviews and 2 of them were willing for the in-depth interviews. The participants were purposively selected using snowball technique. The semi-structured interview guidelines ...
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    Sexual dating violence prevention strategies perceived by Thai community people 

    Nanthaphan Chinlumprasert

    Sexual coercions in dating relationships among Thai adolescents are increasing. The actual extent of this behavior is unknown. This study aims to assess community awareness of sexual violence against women in dating relationships, develop a culturally sensitive training program through community participatory approach, pilot the training and evaluate the program. Participants were male and female key informants aged over 18 recruited from the qualified volunteers using snow ball technique from two communities in central Thailand. Data were collected ...
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    Violence in dating relationships among Thai secondary school students 

    Nanthaphan Chinlumprasert; Vipavee Thongpriwan; McElmurry, Beverly J.; Park, Chang Gi

    This study examined violence in dating relationships among Thai secondary school students.Eight schools were selected using a stratified random sampling. Participants were 309 male and 326 female students ranging in ages from 14 to 19. Self-administered questionnaires were used to collect data in 2003. Overall, 19% of males and 6% of females reported experiences of the physically and psychologically abusive relationship. Gender played a significant role in perceptions of sex role-stereotypes, dating experiences, and experiences of dating violence. ...