- Self-efficacy, social support, and quality of life among primary family-member caregivers of patients with cancer in Thailand
Purpose – In Thailand, most patients with cancer primarily receive in-home care from their family members. However, information regarding the quality of life (QoL) of the primary family-member caregivers is scarce. The purpose of this paper is to assess primary family-member caregivers’ QoL an...
Author : Anchalee Warapornmongkholkul, Nopporn Howteerakul, Nawarat Suwannapong, Nopadol Soparattanapaisarn
Keyword (s) : Self-efficacy; Social support; Quality of life; Primary family-member caregiver; Cancer patient
- Knowledge, attitude and practice of municipal solid waste management among highland residents in Northern Thailand
Purpose – Chiang Rai is the northernmost province of Thailand. Municipal solid wastes (MSWs) was generated 430,828.2 ton/y in this area; however, only 24 percent of waste was properly disposed, and 43 percent of waste was properly managed. The purpose of this paper is to explore knowledge, attitude...
Author : Pussadee Laor, Yanasinee Suma, Vivat Keawdounglek, Anuttara Hongtong, Tawatchai Apidechkul, Nittaya Pasukphun
Keyword (s) : Knowledge; Questionnaire survey; Attitude and practice; Municipal solid waste management; Highland residents
- The experiences of survivors of intimate partner violence in Thai women
Purpose – The study on experiences of women with intimate partner violence (IPV) reveals the meanings of recovering psychological health and independence from their abuser. However, not much study has been done to reveal experiences of abused women in their attempt to recover from their past traumat...
Author : Suwannee Sroisong, Somporn Kantharadussadee Triamchaisri, Ronnachai Kongsakon, Trude Bennett, Ratchneewan Ross
Keyword (s) : Intimate partner violence; Survivor; Phenomenological method
- Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination and factors related to intention to obtain the vaccine among young college women in Thailand
Purpose – Most cervical cancers are caused by genital human papillomavirus (HPV). However, it can be prevented if females receive an HPV vaccine. Nevertheless, there is limited evidence of HPV vaccination and predictors of intention to obtain the vaccine among young women in Thailand. The paper aims...
Author : Nop T. Ratanasiripong, Sirinat Sri-Umporn, Duangrat Kathalae, Suda Hanklang, Paul Ratanasiripong
Keyword (s) : Thailand; Vaccine; Subjective norms; HPV vaccination