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The International journal of nursing Education and palliative science aim to share information and skill of nursing, midwifery and healthcare personnel all over the world and to influence and inspire students and professionals to work for social care needs of their respective communities.
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This seeks to attract healthcare professionals working for the growth and establishment of nursing, midwifery and healthcare education, in addition to those who are involved in training healthcare professionals. This journal is open to faculty, nursing and midwifery educationalists, academic administrators, senior education managers, practitioners, researcher, and students.
1 Nursing Teaching Strategies
2 Nursing Management
3 Psychiatric Nurses
4 Peri-Operative Nursing
5 Critical Care Nursing
6 Nursing Types
7 Critical Care for the Nurse Practitioner
8 Nursing Education
9 International Nursing Education
10 Advanced Nursing Practice
11 Disaster Nursing
12 Nursing Practice
13 Pediatric Nursing
14 Clinical Nursing
15 Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
16 Emergency Nursing
17 Environmental Health Nursing
18 Cardiac Nursing
19 Risk Factors in Nursing and Healthcare professionals
20 Cardiac Nursing Management
21 Dental Nursing
22 Health Care Technology
23 Nursing Anesthesia
24 Gerontologic Nursing
25 Palliative care
26 Medical decision making and health economics
27 Nephrology Nursing
28 Neonatal nursing
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1) Published Research Paper
ChoychitV,TanmukayakulA,Taboonpong N. (1993). Effect of using a freezed alcohol pad on pain reduction during blood drawing in school children.Songklanagarind Journal of Nursing. 13(3), 32-44.
Taboonpong N, ThaniwattananonP,Takviriyanun N. (1994). Health perception and health behaviors of students at Prince of Songkla University. Songklanagarind Medical Journal. 12(3), 117-126.
TaboonpongN,PantusenaC,Takviriyanun N. (1994). Background and problem of clients with cerebrovascular disease. Songklanagarind Journal of Nursing. 14(4), 1-13.
Tanskul A, Taboonpong N. (1994). Effect of muscle relaxation on dyspnea and anxiety in COPD patients. Songklanagarind Journal of Nursing. 14(2), 38-48.
SangmaneeR,TaboonpongN,Chawalit A. (1994). Participation in an elderly club and life style of elderly in metropolitan Area, Songkla Province.Songklanagarind Journal of Nursing.14(1), 10-19.
TaboonpongS,Takviriyanun N. (1999). Impact of shiftwork on nurses's sleep, symptoms experienced and job satisfaction.Thai Journal of Nursing Research. 3(1), 1-10
Ratanapan S, Taboonpong S, Chailungka P. (1999). Factors predicting spiritual health of in hospitalized elderly.Songklanagarind Journal of Nursing. 19(2), 11-22
Taboonpong S, Baltip K. (1999). Promoting and motivating factors for working evening and night shifts. The Thai Journal of Nursing Council. 14(3), 51-58
Udompittayason W, Taboonpong S. (2001). Effect of Thai massage on reduction of tension-type headache.Thai Journal of Nursing Research. 5(2), 157-169
Taboonpong S. et al. (2001). Evaluating psychometric properties of the WHO quality of lifequestionnaire in Thai elderly.Journal of Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine 2(2): 6-13
Likitkamjorn P, Taboonpong S, Petchpichetchain W. (2003). Relationship between sleep quality, pain, and outcome in abdominal postoperative patients.The Thai Journal of Nursing Council 18(3),47-64
Tipsrinaun S, Taboonpong S, Taniwattananon P. (2003). Health Practices, Metered Dose Inhaling and Severe Asthmatic Attacks. The Thai Journal of Nursing Council, 18(4), 59-72
Taboonpong S. Chailangka P, Taniwattananon P, Limchaiarunruang S. (2004). Health service needs among elders and their family in 5 provinces of Southern Thailand. Journal of Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine, 5(1), 9-17
Tipsrinaun S, Taboonpong S, Taniwatananon P. Wiriyachaiyo W, (2004). Factors related to health practices and metered dose inhaling techniques. Songklanagarind Medical Journal, 22(4), 237-257.
Kahawong W, Phancharoenworakul K, Khampalikit S, Taboonpong S, Chittchang U. (2005). Nutritional health-promoting behavior among women with hyperlipidemia.Thai Journal of Nursing Research.9(2):91-102
Naka K, Taboonpong S et al. (2004). Exercise among elderly living in Songkhla Province. Songklanagarind Journal of Nursing, 24 (3), 213-229.
Chanamanee P, Taboonpong S, Intanon T. (2005). Sleep quality and related factors among university students in Sounthern Thailand. Songklanagarind Medical Journal, 24(3), 163-173.
Rakim W, Taboonpong S, Chailangka P, Juthong S. (2006). Sleep and related factors among patients receiving mechanical ventilation. Songklanagarind Medical Journal, 24(4):289-298.
Taboonpong S, Kiatlaekakul S, Piriyakultol S. (2007). Factors related to cognitive status among elders in Songkla province .Thai Journal of Nursing Research, 11(3), 177-188
Taboonpong S, Puthsri N, Kong-In W, Saejew A. (2008). Effects of Tai Chi on sleep quality, physical performance and well being. Thai Journal of Nursing Research, 12(1), 13-18.
Taboonpong S, Chailungka P, Assanagkornchai S. (2008). Factors Related to Cognitive Status among Elders in Southern Thailand. Nursing and Health Science, 10(3), 215-221
Ibrahim K, Taboonpong S, Nilmanat K.2009 Coping and quality of life among Indonesian undergoing hemodialysis. Thai J Nurs Res 13(2):109-117
2) Full Research Reports
Taboonpong S. et.al. (2003). Development of health care services at the primary care setting: A case study of AmphorNamom, Songkhla. Faculty of Nursing, Prince of Songkla University
Taboonpong S. et.al. (2004). A Feasibility study for the SongklaEstablishment of Bangladesh Master’s Degree Program in Nursing. Directorate of Nursing Services, Ministry of Health and Welfare,Dhaka
Taboonpong S. et.al. (2013) Promoting Accessibility to Health Care Services for Elderly. Faculty of Nursing, Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University, supported by Thai Research Council
1975 The Royal Thai Government Scholarship. (for studying at Master level in U.S.A. )
1985 IDP Scholarship. (for studying at Ph.D level in Australia)
1999 The Southern Thai Nurse association Award for the Best Nursing Education Administrator
2004 The Faculty of Nursing Award for the Best Academic Staff on Research
Taboonpong N. (1982). Care of clients with immune disorders. Faculty of Nursing,
Prince of Songkla University (130 pages).
Chauprapisilp A, Taboonpong N. et.al. (1984). Nursing care plan for clients with medical problems. Faculty of Nursing, Prince of Songkla University.
Taboonpong N. (1994). Impact of shiftwork .In Sleep and sleep disorders.Faculty ofMedicine,Prince of Songkla University.
Taboonpong N. (1981). Aging.Songklanagarind Journal of Nursing, 3(3), 363-366.
Taboonpong N. (1982). Bed-sore.Songklanagarind Journal of Nursing, 3, 405-409.
Taboonpong N. (1993). Why have someone experienced acute respiratory infection more often?.Songklanagarind Journal of Nursing.13(1), 59-68.
Taboonpong N,Thaniwattananan P, Chilunka P. (1996). Thailand:Participation in elderly club designed to promote health. International Journal of Nursing Practice.2, 50-53.
Taboonpong S, Suttharangsee W. (2002). Implementing a Master of Nursing Science Program for Oversea Students: A Case of Faculty of Nursing, Prince of Songkla University.Songklanagarind Journal of Nursing 22(1), 63-70
Taboonpong S. (2003). Exercise prevents cancer. Songklanagarind Journal of Nursing 23(3): 67-68.