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This research aimed to 1) create an instructional model to increase Thai massage skill for traditional medicine student and 2) study the effects of instructional model development to increase Thai massage skill for traditional medicine student. the sample of this research are 8 fourth year students of Thai traditional medicine, 36 third year students of Thai traditional medicine, 235 clients. the research tools are discussion, instructional model, evaluation of instructional model, evaluation of students skill, and evaluation of satisfaction of student and patient. Method research use 4 steps; 1) study of state problem, 2) design, 3) trial, and 4) evaluation. Analyzes satisfaction data by content analysis, the mean, standard deviation, and t-test. The results show; 1) 5 step of instructional model to increase Thai massage skill were history and physical examination, plan for treatment, treatment, evaluation of treatment, and conclusion of treatment. 2) After the application of the instructional model, the students had higher level of professional skills in Thai massage (P < 0.05) satisfaction of student was at high level ( = 4.20, S.D. = 0.11), and also the satisfaction of patients was at a high level ( = 4.40, S.D. = 0.39).
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