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    Empowerment program on promoting perceived self-efficacy in caregivers of autistic children 

    Patrabul Puttahraksa; Fongcum Tilokskulchai; Yajai Sitthimongkol; Tassanee Prasopkittikul; Dusit Liknapichitkul

    This study was a Quasi-experimental pretest-posttest non-equivalent comparison group design, aimed to evaluate the effects of the empowerment program for caregivers of autistic children. The participants were 74 caregivers who took care of 2-5 years old autistic children at the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Institute, Rajanakarin. After being enrolled into the study, the participants were matched by caregivers’ and children’s gender and assigned to the experimental group (37 participants) or the control group (37 participants).The experimental ...
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    Perceived self-efficacy, knowledge, and breast self-examination practice among Assumption University female students 

    Patrabul Puttahraksa

    The population of this study consisted of 9,684 Assumption University students. The sample size was calculated by using Yamane’s Formula, and 100 students were randomized to be the sample. The instrument was divided into 4 parts: personal data, knowledge, perceived self efficacy, and breast self-examination behavior. Content validity was examined by experts and reliability was obtained by mean of Cronbach’s coefficient alpha. The reliability of the perceived self-efficacy questionnaire was 0.987. Descriptive data analysis was used. The results ...