JICA S-TOP Project

JICA S-TOP Project タイで実施中のJICA高齢者のための地域包括ケアサービス開発プロジェクト(S-TOP)活動の最新情報を3カ国語でお伝えします。

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JICA expert team and Working Team members from Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) and Ministry of Social Development and H...
27/11/2021

JICA expert team and Working Team members from Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) and Ministry of Social Development and Human Security (MSDHS) visited Nonthaburi site for monitoring the progress of project activities on 26 November 2021. They had meetings and site observation at Phranangklao Hospital, Ban Uarartorn Rattanatibet (Tha It) Elderly Care and Rehabilitation Center, Ban Uarartorn Ban Bua Thong 1 Elderly Care Center and Ban Bua Thong 2 Hospital.

Mr. Shintaro Nakamura, Senior Advisor on Social Security, JICA HQ came to Thailand to monitor the activities of S-TOP an...
26/11/2021

Mr. Shintaro Nakamura, Senior Advisor on Social Security, JICA HQ came to Thailand to monitor the activities of S-TOP and plan for policy recommendation which will be developed by the end of project period in October 2022.
Mr. Nakamura had meetings with officials of Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) and National Health Security Office (NHSO), and researchers of academic institutions.

S-TOP conducted an online monitoring meeting with Nonthaburi and Chiang Mai sites to see the progress of project activit...
05/11/2021

S-TOP conducted an online monitoring meeting with Nonthaburi and Chiang Mai sites to see the progress of project activities on 5th November 2021.
Nonthaburi has 42 Day Care Centers in total. The spread of Covid-19 has had a huge affect on the Nonthaburi site, they had to close the services of 13 Day Care Centers in Bang Bua Thong and Bang Kruai Districts for 11 months during Thai Fiscal Year 2021 (Oct. 2020-Sep. 2021). Nonthaburi site is implementing a project recruiting retired nurses to be care managers for older adults. This project had a good impact and achieved a big increase in the BI score of older adults in a short period of time.
Chiang Mai site presented the result of training for family care givers. They found out that the most worrying topics for family care givers are how older adults can practice sitting, walking and swallowing at home. Prior to discharge of patients, a medical team of the hospital have a meeting with patients and their families for consultation, goal setting and home rehabilitation. The hospital also provides respite care for older adults to reduce the burden of family care givers.

On 3rd November, S-TOP held an online monitoring meeting with two main sites (Bangkok Metropolitan Administration and Ch...
04/11/2021

On 3rd November, S-TOP held an online monitoring meeting with two main sites (Bangkok Metropolitan Administration and Chonburi) and two potential settings (Khun Tan hospital in Chiang Rai and Mettapracharak hospital in Nakhon Pathom). Representatives from four sites gave presentations on the progress of project activities. Discussion sessions were held after each presentation.
In BMA, intermediate care (IMC) has been provided for not only three target diseases (stroke, SCI, TBI) but also for hip fractures and other geriatric diseases. Ratchaphiphat hospital uses the BMA Home Ward referral system, which was developed specially for the use in the BMA context, and is different from the Thai COC that is commonly used in other provinces.
In Chonburi site, Chonburi hospital in collaboration with Boromarajonani College of Nursing Chonburi, has developed a one-month course to train rehabilitation nurses, which has been authorised by Thailand Nursing and Midwifery Council. Chonburi hospital and Ban Suan Town Municipality have collaboration to establish a health care facility for older adults in Ban Suan sub-district. Telerehabilitation and Day Care Center in Phlu Ta Luang sub-districts are also mentioned as good practices in Chonburi.
During the presentation of potential settings, Khun Tan hospital explained that there are several challenges in the implementation of IMC. For example, length of stay (LOS) of stroke patients is 3 days on the average due to the limited number of beds. No rehabilitation nurses are working at the hospital, and they have not introduced telemedicine or telerehabilitation even though they wanted to. Mettapracharak hospital also pointed out their lack of medical facilities and insufficient transportation to the hospital.
The next meeting with site representatives (Chiang Mai and Nonthaburi) will be held on 5th November.

On 28th October, S-TOP held an online monitoring meeting with Nakhon Ratchasima, Khon Kaen, Surat Thani and Phuket sites...
29/10/2021

On 28th October, S-TOP held an online monitoring meeting with Nakhon Ratchasima, Khon Kaen, Surat Thani and Phuket sites. Representatives from four sites gave presentations on the progress of project activities. Discussion sessions were held after each presentation. In Nakhon Ratchasima site, sub-district administrative organisations support health facilities by covering costs of trainings and lending assistive devices to the older adults. Surat Thani site developed 12 short videos for continuous rehabilitation of Intermediate Care (IMC) patients at home. The patient handbook is prepared and utilised at Ban Na Doem Hospital after a training in Japan. Khon Kaen site calculates the average length of stay in a hospital for each disease (stroke, SCI, TBI) and unit costs for acute phase, IMC IPD, OPD and outreach. The spread of Covid-19 has had a huge affect on the Phuket site, and some IMC beds have been used to treat Covid-19 patients. The average length of stay for IMC patients in a hospital is more than 10 days in an acute hospital and three community hospitals in Phuket, providing IMC at a hospital for longer days than in other provinces. S-TOP will continue to collect quantitative and qualitative data for policy recommendation in the future.

On the second day of monitoring visit to Chonburi site, JICA expert team and a coordinator from MOPH had a meeting at Sa...
27/10/2021

On the second day of monitoring visit to Chonburi site, JICA expert team and a coordinator from MOPH had a meeting at Sattahip KM10 hospital to improve data collection and develop policy recommendation on seamless care for older persons.
After the meeting, the team visited Phlu Ta Luang day care center to observe rehabilitation for service users in the long-term care (LTC).

JICA expert team and Department of Medical Service (DMS) of Ministry of Public Health visit Chonburi site for monitoring...
27/10/2021

JICA expert team and Department of Medical Service (DMS) of Ministry of Public Health visit Chonburi site for monitoring the progress of project activities on 26 and 27 October 2021. On the first day, they had meetings at Chonburi Hospital in Mueang Chonburi District and Somdej Phra Sangharaj Nyanasamvara Geriatric Hospital in Bang Lamung District, Chonburi Province.

S-TOP 2nd Online Training: Policy on Long-Term Care and Living Support for Older Adultsการฝึกอบรมออนไลน์ครั้งที่ 2 เรื่อ...
25/10/2021
Second Online Training: Policy on Long-term Care and Living-Support for Older Adults | Technical Cooperation Projects | JICA

S-TOP 2nd Online Training: Policy on Long-Term Care and Living Support for Older Adults
การฝึกอบรมออนไลน์ครั้งที่ 2 เรื่องนโยบายการดูแลระยะยาวและการสนับสนุนการดํารงชีวิตสำหรับผู้สูงอายุ

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The second online Training on "Policy on Long-term Care and Living-Support for Older Adults" was held from 24 to 26 August 2021. Opening remarks were made by representatives of Ministry of Public Health (MOPH), Ministry of Social Development and Human Security (MSDHS), National Health Security Offic...

On September 29th, the first Drafting Team (DT)/ Research Team (RT) Meeting was held with the co-chairs of Dr. Kornkrit ...
30/09/2021

On September 29th, the first Drafting Team (DT)/ Research Team (RT) Meeting was held with the co-chairs of Dr. Kornkrit Limsommut, Director of Health Administration Division and Dr. Sakarn Bunnag, Director of Department of Medical Services, Ministry of Public Health. After Mr. Motooki SAKAI, Chief Adviser of S-TOP explained about a plan of the policy recommendation of S-TOP, members of DT/RT shared their ideas and opinions on the policy recommendations. Representatives of NSHO described the financial support for intermediate care, and Director of Department of Order Persons, MSDHS described the current service of home renovations and training of volunteers for older adults. Representatives of Thailand Nursing and Midwife Council and Physical Therapy Council emphasised the importance of multidisciplinary team in the intermediate care and the long-term care. They introduced their activities to address the shortage of physical therapists in Thailand. The acute hospitals in Khon Kaen and Surat Thani suggested that the appropriate length of stay for intermediate care patients by level of hospitals or by diseases should be determined through the research of S-TOP. In conclusion, Dr. Sakarn said that although the time left for the project is limited, it is possible to analyse the efficacy based on the facts accumulated so far. Dr. Kornkrit said he agreed to use the 6 Building Blocks Plus framework in policy recommendations, and outcomes from the process of policy recommendations would make the medical professionals in the field easier to work with.

2nd Online Training on was finished with the closing remarks of Dr. Kornkrit Limsommut, Director of Health Administratio...
27/08/2021

2nd Online Training on was finished with the closing remarks of Dr. Kornkrit Limsommut, Director of Health Administration Division, Ministry of Public Health on 26 August 2021.

In the morning on the 3rd day of online training, there were two presentations regarding the operation and management of day care center in Japan and Thailand. Ms. Keiko Mehra, Expert of JICA S-TOP explained about day care centers in Japan by showing a video clip “Example of Day Care Center in Japan: Kikyo no Sato (in Fuji City, Shizuoka)”. Ms. Patcharaporn Thummawut from Life Quality of the Elderly Development Center, Nonthaburi Municipality explained how they can manage human and financial resources to maintain the day care center. Participants from Department of Health (DOH) and Ministry of Social Development and Human Securities (MSDHS) provided additional information such as guidelines of support activities for older persons under COVID-19, government fund for promoting healthy ageing, training curriculum of volunteers for older persons.

In the afternoon, Dr. Junji Haruta from Keio University of Japan gave a lecture titled “Why do we need Interprofessional Working (IPW)? What kind of IPW is needed?”. He introduced the conceptual framework of IPW as well as the actual practice of IPW in the long-term care of older persons in Japan. During the discussion session with Dr. Haruta, participants exchanged their opinions about the success factors, difficulties and challenges of IPW in Thailand. A registered nurse from an acute hospital in Bangkok explained that there are two success factors for IPW in her working place. One is goal settings and the other is equality among different health professionals. A physical therapist from Chonburi emphasised the importance of time management, communication and flexibility among the different medical professionals in order to conduct home visits to older persons by multidisciplinary medical team.

26/08/2021

Video with Thai subtitles on "Example of Japanese Day Care Center: Kikyo no Sato (in Fuji City, Shizuoka)". This video was presented to the participants during the lecture by Ms. Mehra, JICA Expert on Elderly Care in the 2nd Online Training of S-TOP on 26 August 2021.

On the 2nd day of S-TOP Online Training on Policy on Long-term Care and Living-Support for Older Adults, there were a re...
26/08/2021

On the 2nd day of S-TOP Online Training on Policy on Long-term Care and Living-Support for Older Adults, there were a reflection of the 1st day, two presentations by Japanese lecturers, discussion of the lecturers and wrap up session.

In the morning, Dr.Hitomi Kurosu of National Institute of Infectious Diseases in Japan shared recent challenges in the control of COVID-19 at health facilities for older persons in Japan.
During the discussion with her, participants exchanged their own ideas and experiences on how health facilities at the community level in Thailand can provide continuous support for older persons by taking necessary measures for preventing the spread of COVID-19.

In the afternoon, Dr. Yoshiko Tsukada of Saku University explained about the JICA elderly care project in Tambon Saensuk in Chonburi. She shared the results of her research on roles and responsibilities of health volunteers in the long-term care of older persons in Chonburi. Participants made discussions on what they could learn from Saku's good practices in Chonburi Province and how they can utilise it to enhance capacities and motivations of health volunteers in their own provinces.

24/08/2021

Video with Thai subtitles on "Preventing Stroke Recurrence through a Hospital-Local Government Partnership to Support Patient Self-Management in Komagane City, Shizuoka, Japan". This video was presented to the participants during the lecture by Mr. Nakamura of JICA HQs in the 2nd Online Training of S-TOP on 24 August 2021.

2nd Online Training on "Policy on Long-term Care and Living-Support for Older Adults" started on 24th August 2021. Openi...
24/08/2021

2nd Online Training on "Policy on Long-term Care and Living-Support for Older Adults" started on 24th August 2021. Opening remarks were made by representatives of Ministry of Public Health, Ministry of Social Development and Human Security, National Health Security Office and JICA S-TOP. 24 participants and more than 40 observers from implementing organisations of S-TOP attended on the 1st day of three-day training.
In the morning, Mr. Shintaro Nakamura from JICA HQs gave a lecture on policy and practice on long-term care and living support for older adults in Japan. During his lecture, he introduced two case studies of practising integrated care in Japan. Good practices in Higashi-omi included a local study group consisted of medical professionals and an area-based critical pathway of stroke patients. Participants raised many questions such as how to continue monitoring of stroke patients according to the self-management plan in Komagane City, or how public and private sectors can work together to provide adequate health care services for older persons in Japan.
In the afternoon, Dr. Prasitchai Mangjit of Director of Public Health Regional Office 4 made a presentation on Saraburi model for seamless care for older adults. After the presentation, participants of training program could discuss how they can conduct a seamless care with the smooth transition from intermediate care (IMC) to long-term care (LTC), and share ideas on how they can ensure a sustainable provision of LTC with the support from communities in each province.

Meeting with 8 main sites and 2 potential settings were conducted on 10th August to be replaced for regular on-site moni...
11/08/2021

Meeting with 8 main sites and 2 potential settings were conducted on 10th August to be replaced for regular on-site monitoring. More than 50 persons attended from the provincial and national level to make discussion on how to implement Intermediate Care service under the current situation of COVID-19, and how to develop policy recommendation based on the experiences and good practices from the field. Meeting was chaired by Dr. Prasitchai Mangjit, a director of Public Health Region 4. Dr. Prasitchai emphasised that policy recommendation would be developed by gathering the lessons learned in the S-TOP sites and in-depth discussions with policy makers in the national level.

เมื่อวันที่ 10 สิงหาคม 2564 ได้มีการจัดการประชุมร่วมกับพื้นที่นำร่องทั้ง 8 แห่งและพื้นที่ศักยภาพ 2 แห่ง เพื่อเป็นการทดแทนการลงเยี่ยมพื้นที่ โดยมีผู้เข้าร่วมมากกว่า 50 คน จากระดับจังหวัดและส่วนกลางเพื่อหารือถึงวิธีการในการดำเนินการบริการการดูแลระยะกลาง (Intermediate Care) ภายใต้สถานการณ์การแพร่ระบาดของโควิด-19 ในปัจจุบัน และวิธีการจัดทำข้อเสนอแนะนโยบายโดยใช้ประสบการณ์และแนวปฏิบัติที่ดีจากพื้นที่จริง โดย นพ. ประสิทธิ์ชัย มั่งจิตร ผู้อำนวยการเขตสุขภาพที่ 4 ได้ให้เกียรติเป็นประธานในการประชุม และเน้นย้ำความสำคัญของการจัดทำข้อเสนอแนะนโยบายโดยการรวบรวมการถอดบทเรียนจากโครงการ S-TOP และการอภิปรายเชิงลึกร่วมกับผู้จัดทำนโยบายในระดับประเทศ

14th (3rd/2021) Working Team Meeting was held online on Wednesday July 21st, 2021 via Zoom application.  The meeting was...
21/07/2021

14th (3rd/2021) Working Team Meeting was held online on Wednesday July 21st, 2021 via Zoom application.
The meeting was chaired by Ms. Patchara Sateanpuctra, Deputy Director acted on behalf of Dr. Kornkrit Limsommut, the director of Health Administration Division. There were participants from relevant organizations including representatives from Ministry of Public Health (Health Administration Division, Department of Medical Services, Department of Health, Department of Mental Health), Ministry of Social Development and Human Security, JICA Thailand Office and JICA Head Quarters.
In the meeting, there were presentations from the JICA experts on plan of S-TOP project under the COVID-19 situation and proposal for policy recommendation. In addition, there were discussion regarding online meetings for site monitoring, implementation of online training, and equipment provision for supporting project activities under COVID-19 situation.

ในวันพุธที่ 21 กรกฎาคม พ.ศ. 2564 ได้มีการจัดประชุมคณะทำงานครั้งที่ 14 (ครั้งที่ 3/2564) ทางออนไลน์ผ่านระบบ Zoom โดยมีนางสาวพัชรา เสถียรพักตร์ รองผู้อำนวยการกองบริหารการสาธารณสุขทำหน้าที่เป็นประธานในการประชุมแทน นายแพทย์กรกฤช ลิ้มสมมุติ ผู้อำนวยการกองบริหารการสาธารณสุข ในการประชุมมีผู้เข้าร่วมจากหน่วยงานที่เกี่ยวข้องประกอบด้วย ตัวแทนจากกระทรวงสาธารณสุข (กองบริหารการสาธารณสุข กรมการแพทย์ กรมอนามัย และกรมสุขภาพจิต) กระทรวงการพัฒนาสังคมและความมั่นคงของมนุษย์ สำนักงาน JICA ประเทศไทย และสำนักงานใหญ่ JICA
ในการประชุมผู้เชี่ยวชาญ JICA ได้นำเสนอเกี่ยวกับแผนการดำเนินงานโครงการ S-TOP ภายใต้สถานการณ์ COVID-19 และข้อเสนอเพื่อจัดทำข้อเสนอแนะเชิงนโยบาย นอกจากนี้ยังมีการหารือเกี่ยวกับการประชุมออนไลน์เพื่อติดตามผลในพื้นที่นำร่อง การดำเนินการฝึกอบรมออนไลน์ และการจัดหาอุปกรณ์สำหรับสนับสนุนกิจกรรมของโครงการภายใต้สถานการณ์โควิด-19

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8th Floor, 7th Building, Office Of Permanent Secretary, Ministry Of Public Health, Tiwanon Rd.
Nonthaburi
11000

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本件は以下の組織により共同で実施されます。 This Project is cooperated by the organizations as bellows. โครงการนี้เป็นโครงการความร่วมมือระหว่างหน่วยงานต่าง ๆ ดังต่อไปนี้ 保健省:Ministry of Public Health, กระทรวงสาธารณสุข 社会開発・人間の安全保障省:Ministry of Social Development and Human Security, กระทรวงการพัฒนาสังคมและความมั่นคงของมนุษย์ 国民保障医療機構:National Health Security Office, สำนักงานหลักประกันสุขภาพแห่งชาติ 国際協力機構タイ事務所:JICA Thailand Office, สำนักงาน JICA ประเทศไทย

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プロジェクト目標と成果:Project Purpose and Outputs

全国展開に向けて、高齢者への医療とリハビリテーション、社会及び生活支援サービスの切れ目のない提供のための地域に根ざしたモデルが開発される。

1. 医療とリハビリ、社会及び生活支援サービスの切れ目のない提供のため、中央レベルとパイロット・サイトの状況分析により解決すべき問題を確定する。

2. 既存の取り組みに基づき、医療とリハビリテーション、社会及び生活支援のための切れ目ないサービス提供モデルがパイロット・サイトで開発される。

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