Public-health volunteers trained about home medications

Friday, 27 December 2013 From Issue Vol. XXI No. 52 By  Warunya Thongrod

Pattaya public-health volunteers received training on household medications to help them better assist local communities.

About 100 volunteers joined the Dec. 13 training session at Pattaya City Hall with Kanda Nawong, a Public Health Department nurse. Dr. Chatchaya Chanwet instructed them on medications commonly used at home, their administration and side effects, and how to check whether medicine had expired.

Dr. Chatchaya Chanwet, MD, pharmacist from Pattaya Hospital, gives a talk on the usage of home medicines.Dr. Chatchaya Chanwet, MD, pharmacist from Pattaya Hospital, gives a talk on the usage of home medicines.

Kanda said training sessions are organized when the department receives inquiries about becoming public-health volunteers. The volunteers work in neighborhood health clinics that offer advice and organize activities. Clinics can also dispense medication for colds and general illnesses, she said.

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