Approach to Community Empowerment for Health Promotion

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พินทุสร โพธิ์อุไร

Abstract

The objective of this article is to study the concept of community empowerment, health promotion, and the application of the concept of community empowerment for driving health promotion. This study deployed the documentary research and the author’s experience of development work, the study found that the concept of good health has been changed from emphasizing treatment and rehabilitation to promotion and prevention. The new concept of health promotion at the community level is to strengthen community in order that they can manage and control ‘health determinants’ and promoting health by themselves.

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โพธิ์อุไรพ. (2019). Approach to Community Empowerment for Health Promotion. Journal of Social Development, 21(2), 64 - 77. Retrieved from https://so04.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jsd/article/view/222401
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