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    30 Jun. 2565
    The Participatory Action Research on the Innovative Design of Garbage Bins for Waste Segregation for All
    Currently, individuals with disabilities often face challenges in participating in waste segregation due to the use of color-coded garbage bins for disposal. This system poses limitations for individuals with visual disabilities or impairments.This Participatory Workshop Research on the Innovative Design of Garbage Bins for Waste Segregation for All.
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    27 Jun. 2565
    Home care nursing for Prolonged Bed-Ridden Patients by a multidisciplinary team
    Related SDGs/ Goals we are supporting through this initiative 03 Good Health and Well-Being Home care nursing for prolonged bed-ridden patients by a multidisciplinary team is the collaboration between Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Dental Hospital (Salaya Campus) and Golden Jubilee Medical Center, in both dental and medical aspects. The objective is to provide Bed-Ridden Patients and elderly patients with equal access to public health services. This project ensures healthy lives and promotes well-being for everyone. Since the start of Home care nursing for prolonged bed-ridden patients by a multidisciplinary team in the fiscal year 2019 to 2022, the project has aimed to provide comprehensive care from a multidisciplinary team to the elderly who are physically unable to travel to the hospital. They can gain access to quality and safe healthcare services for their well-being. The project also promotes overall holistic health in elderly people and raise the quality of elderly people’s life in Thailand.
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    27 Jun. 2565
    The Innovative Rapid COVID-19 Antigen Test Kit
    Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital has launched an innovative rapid COVID-19 antigen test kit that can provide an accurate result within 15 minutes at an affordable price and easy-to-use. The technology to manufacture and distribute was provided by AFFINOME CO., Ltd., the only Thai manufacturer in 24 lists approved by Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
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    23 Jun. 2565
    Knowledge to share project 13th, Gen Z “Say No” by nursing students’ power stop smoking: New normal; Commit to quit
    The "No Smoking" campaign was established under the project Gen Z "Say No" to educate nursing students, and students realized the hazards and dangers of tobacco and electric cigarettes.
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    23 Jun. 2565
    Monitoring and Evaluation Project for Implementation and Development of Providing Help for Early Childhood Children in Poverty in Child Development Center and Out-of-School Children in Bangkok
    Early childhood is the stage for building a foundation for child growth and further learning in life. A great number of children in early childhood lack proper caregiving and development promotion resulting in an impact on a group of children to lack an opportunity to be nurtured well. Studying the situation of children in early childhood which is the vulnerable group in Bangkok and potential development of caregiver volunteers for the mentioned group of children could be used to improve caregiving for children in vulnerable group in Bangkok to be prepared for primary school learning.
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    23 Jun. 2565
    The development of pattern in mental health promotion and protection in secondary school students.
    In the present, the population all ages have an increasing number of mental health problems, especially among child and adolescence. The faculty of nursing, Mahidol University and the Faculty of engineering, Kasetsart university jointly developed the innovation mobile application in the name of “MU My Mind” for mental health screening, promoting and protecting secondary school students in Phutthamonthon district, Nakhonphatom province.
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    23 Jun. 2565
    The Project for Continuous Development of Teenage Pregnancy Care System by Nurse-Midwives (Pink Star Clinic)
    Teenage pregnancy, also known as adolescent pregnancy, is a major issue in the country and has a profound impact on mothers, families and society. The Faculty of Nursing has therefore continually implemented a project to develop teenage pregnancy care system by nurse-midwives, known as the Pink Star Clinic, for teenage mothers to gain knowledge on how to take care of themselves during pregnancy, as well as learning how to take care their kids and preventing premature pregnancy to help reduce the impact of this problem.
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    23 Jun. 2565
    The Collaboration Project between Mahidol University and Nakhon Pathom Province For Helping Coronavirus-Infected Patients In 2019
    From the situation of the epidemic of Coronavirus or COVID-19 that has massively spread in Thailand among schools, workplaces, and communities, it leads to the problem that hospitals and medical sites become unable to provide comprehensive care, which is why home or community quarantine is required to prevent the spread of the virus. The Faculty of Nursing recognizes the importance of managing and cooperating with relevant agencies in arranging public spaces in the community, monitoring patients’ symptoms, giving advice, and referring patients to receive appropriate treatment.
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    23 Jun. 2565
    Training Program of Nursing Specialty in Breastfeeding 2021
    The Faculty of Nursing has conducted the Training Program of Nursing Specialty in Breastfeeding since 2018. The participants included registered nurses in the breastfeeding unit from various hospitals and nursing schools in Thailand.
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    23 Jun. 2565
    Early Childhood Health System Development Project in Central and Western Regions
    The Department of Pediatric Nursing, Faculty of Nursing, Mahidol University was responsible for the Early Childhood Health System Development Project in the Central and Western Regions and cooperated with the Thai Health Promotion Foundation in 2021–2022. The objectives were to enhance the growth and development of children from newborn to 6 years old by developing a health system and management of child development center at the district level and developing the capacity of a network of child development centers.
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    9 Jun. 2565
    Rabies Free Zone Project
    Rabies is a fatal zoonosis caused by a virus that remains an important public health issue in Thailand. Nowadays, rabies infections are still reported in both humans and animals. It causes losses in many aspects, such as lives, resources and the economy. For this reason, it is necessary to eradicate this disease urgently. To be a part of the eradication of rabies, Mahidol University, Nakhon Sawan Campus, in collaboration with the Faculty of Veterinary Science, Mahidol University and Nakhon Sawan Provincial Livestock Office established a Rabies Free Zone Project which consists of various activities including educating about rabies prevention, vaccination for pets and neutering for stray dogs and cats in the area of Khao Thong Subdistrict, Phayuha Khiri District, Nakhon Sawan Province, as well as other nearby areas. This project has been caried out continuously since 2014.
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    2 Mar. 2565
    Interfaith Buddy for Peace: The Weavers of Peace and Harmony in Thai Society
    Interfaith Buddy for Peace: The Weavers of Peace and Harmony in Thai Society project applies dialogues as the start to bring trust and harmony and to ultimately bring peace to the three southern border provinces of Thailand where there are still deep-rooted conflicts in with different thoughts, beliefs, ideology, and culture. This is one of the projects receiving Mahidol University’s social guiding policy driving fund to promote research which leads to social guiding by applying healthcare to build trust and lead to concrete relationship weaving. Lessons learned were extracted and offered as peace and harmony policies in Thai society by applying 40 sub-seminar field tools in six southern border provinces. There were 170 people in attendance. The researcher used interview techniques and created sub-discussions in the areas to build understanding, to weave relationships and trust. Discussions were used to add trust and initiate a cross-religion relationship. Public stages were used to create more empathy, more understanding, and bonding across the communities, expanding network for people to take care of one another, as well as design the communities to exchange their experiences through their suffering and loss before becoming friends who support each other in aspects, including healthcare, especially during COVID-19 pandemic. This could bring mobilization opportunities for friends of different religions to handle the COVID-19 pandemic.
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