On November 9, 2021, Research Institute for Health Sciences (RIHS), Walailak University, organized a Zoom meeting on a progress report of the research projects funded by Health Systems Research Institute (HSRI) (1/2021), and a report from RIHS director’s multidisciplinary project: Regional Public Health Conference and Capacity Building for Health System.
The agenda includes the presentations of 4 research projects:
- Preparedness and Responsiveness toward Covid-19 Epidemic at the Religious Institutions in Nakhon Si Thammarat
Project Investigator: Assist. Prof. Jittaporn Mongkonkansai
- A Model of a New Normal Lifestyle of The Students in Late Elementary School in the Covid-19 Outbreak with
School-Based Management in Upper South
Project Investigator: Paleeratana Wongrit
- A Multicenter Study of Contamination and Spreading due to multidrug-resistance Acinetobacter baumannii in Pediatric And Neonatal Intensive Care Units
Project Investigator: Asst.Prof Dr. Nonthapan Phasuk
- The Effects of Hospital and Home Telerehabilitation-Based Program on the Cardiopulmonary Function in Patients with COVID-19
Project Investigator: Dr. Khomkrip Longlalerng.
The reports from these research teams were advised insightfully by the experts from both Walailak University and HSRI. As a part of advisory team, Prof. Dr. Wanna Churit, the Vice President for Research and Social Services, Walailak University, has summed up from her observations that this counseling session may be a great help in reaching the objectives of the research as well as the investment of the funds.
Indeed, Dr. Charay Wichathai, Research Manager, Health Systems Research Institute (HSRI), has appreciated RIHS for hosting the meeting. He emphasized the importance of the progress report in research grant administration procedures that it aims to investigate the problems encountered during the research operation. With the support from HSRI as a counsellor in discussing a proper solution, therefore, the support may take a huge part in creating worthwhile research and feasible healthcare systems.