Buddhist Monk’s Well-being: Development of a Buddhist Based Well-being Promotion Model by Community Public Health Integration for Better Life Qualities in Chiang Rai province

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Chaweewan Suwanapha

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This research had the purpose to study the problem, model and development the model of Buddhist based well-being promotion model by community public health integration for better life qualities in Chiang Rai province. This research is qualitative research. The research tools were an in-deep interview and focus group, the data was analyzed by contents analysis. The research found: 1. The Buddhist monk’s well-being problem was there not in the level standard of government public organization. The behavior in eating high in fat food. They were not exercising. They did not take care of their health by frequency and not manage to be well of the environment near themselves. 2. The model in making and promoting by using 4 principles; promote, protect, threat, recovery. Also, 6 ways; food, emotion, air, sanitation, no disease and away from allurements which lead to ruin. 3. The development model in Buddhist based well-being promotion through Buddhist integrated was 4 principles with Pavana 4 and knowledge was the integration in Pavana 4, 4 Principle in making and promoting, 6 ways that be the efficacy in Buddhist monk’s well-being.

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Suwanapha, C. (2019). Buddhist Monk’s Well-being: Development of a Buddhist Based Well-being Promotion Model by Community Public Health Integration for Better Life Qualities in Chiang Rai province. The Journal of International Association of Buddhist Universities (JIABU), 12(1), 376-384. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/Jiabu/article/view/217253
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