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อาจารย์ ดร.วิไลเลิศ คำตัน

Dr. Vilailert Komton, RN, CNS, MSN, PhD

E-mail: vilailert.k@stin.ac.th; vilailert_k@hotmail.com

Tel. 66-2256-4092-97 Ext.583

Education

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Nursing, Case Western Reserve University, Ohio, USA

Master of Science Program in Nursing (MSN), Adult Health Nursing: Clinical Nurse Specialist (ACNS), The Sage Colleges, New York, USA

Bachelor of Nursing Science Program (BSN) with the First Class Honors (Magna Cum Laude), The Thai Red Cross College of Nursing, Bangkok, Thailand

Awards/Scholarship

2016: Spring Recipient of the 2016 Alumni Research Award, Case Western Reserve University, a dissertation project, SystemCHANGETM-Stroke: A Systems Approach to Healthy Living After Stroke in Thailand

2011: Broughton Fellowship Award in Creative Applied Science for the 2011-2012 academic year from the Sage Colleges, a thesis project, A comparative analysis of the profile of ischemic stroke patients between a hospital in Upstate New York and Bangkok, Thailand

2011: Best Application of a Quality Improvement Tool, 2011 Nurses’ Day of Inquiry, St. Peter’s Hospital, Albany, New York, USA

2010: Scholarship from H.R.H. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn on behalf of Queen Savang Vadhana Foundation to pursue higher education in the U.S.

2009: 2009 Best Student Award of the Class Year 94th from the Thai Red Cross Nurses Alumni Association, Thailand

Research Interests

- Stroke

- Self-Management

- Health Behavior Change

- Quality Improvement

- Artificial Intelligence

Publications

Komton, V. (2019). Stroke patients’ self-management: Application of empirical evidence.Thai Journal of Nursing Council, 34(1), 25-41.

Komton, V. (2018). SystemCHANGETM- Stroke: A Systems Approach to Healthy Living After Stroke in Thailand (Doctoral dissertation). Case Western Reserve University, Ohio, USA.

Moore, S. M., Komton, V., Adegbite-Adeniyi, C., Dolansky, M. A., Hardin, H. K., & Borawski, E. A. (2017). Development of the Systems Thinking Scale for Adolescent Behavior Change. Western journal of nursing research, 40(3), 375-387.

Moore, S. M., Komton, V., Adegbite-Adeniyi, C., Dolansky, M. A. (2015). A New Mechanism in Health Behavior Change Research: Psychometrics of the Systems Thinking Scale for Adolescent Behavior Change. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 49, S90.

Komton, V. (2012). A Comparative Analysis of the Profile of Ischemic Stroke Patients between a hospital in Upstate New York and Bangkok, Thailand (Master’s thesis). The Sage Colleges, New York, USA.

Oral/Paper Presentations

2015: “Systems Thinking: A New Concept Important to Understanding Health Behavior Change?”, MetroHealth Conference on Nursing Research and Innovative Care Delivery, MetroHealth Medical Center, Cleveland, OH, USA

2015: “The Systems Thinking Scale for Health Behavior Change in Adolescents”, 11th Annual Cleveland Clinic Nursing Research Conference: Transforming Nursing Practice through Research and Dissemination, April 27-28th, 2015, Aurora, OH, USA

2015: “The Systems Thinking Scale for Adolescent Behavior Change: Development and Psychometric Evaluation”, 36th Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, April 22-25th, 2015, San Antonio, TX, USA

2015: “A New Mediator in Health Behavior Change Research: Psychometrics of the Systems Thinking Scale for Adolescent Behavior Change”, Guaranteed Symposium: Health Promoting Behaviors across the Lifespan, MNRS 2015 Annual Research Conference, Indianapolis, IN, USA

2012: “A Comparative Analysis of the Profile of Ischemic Stroke Patients between a hospital in Upstate New York and Bangkok, Thailand” (as a recipient of Broughton Fellowship Award) at the Sage Colleges Graduate Research Symposium, Troy, NY, USA

2011: “Assessment of Door to CT Performed and Door to CT Read for Stroke Patients at SPH” Presented to Thai nurses/Nursing faculty in “Distinguished Lectureship: Pathway to Magnet Hospital Conference” at the Thai Red Cross College of Nursing, Bangkok, Thailand

2011: “Assessment of Door to CT Performed and Door to CT Read for Stroke Patients at SPH” Presented to Stroke Committee/Chief Nurse Manager/Chief of Medicine/Nursing Faculty from The Sage Colleges and The Thai Red Cross College of Nursing, Thailand at St. Peter’s Hospital on the hospital quality improvement committees by using the Six Sigma Tool “SIPOC”, which is included in St. Peter’s Hospital: Agenda for Stroke Consultation Report

Poster Presentations

2016: “A New Mechanism in Health Behavior Change Research: Psychometrics of the Systems Thinking Scale for Adolescent Behavior Change”, American Academy of Health Behavior Conference, Feb 22nd, 2016, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, USA (co-author)

2015: “The Systems Thinking Scale for Health Behavior Change in Adolescents”, 11th Annual Cleveland Clinic Nursing Research Conference: Transforming Nursing Practice through Research and Dissemination, April 27-28th, 2015, Aurora, OH, USA

2014: “Using Pilot Study Data to Refine a Cost Analysis Plan for a Weight Management Trial”, the Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science (CANS), November 12-14th, 2014, Chicago, IL, USA

2014: “A Beginning Understanding of Systems Thinking and Health Behavior Change”, 10th Annual Nursing Research Poster Session, the 2014 Nurses Week Recognitions, University Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

2014: “A Systems Approach to Health Behavior Change: Will Systems Thinking Skills Help?”, ShowCASE, Case Western Reserve University, OH, USA

2014: “A Systems Approach to Health Behavior Change: Will Systems Thinking Skills Help?”, MNRS 2014 Annual Research Conference, March 27-30th, St. Louis, MO, USA

2013: “Using Pilot Study Data to Refine a Cost Analysis Plan for a Weight Management Trial”, SOURCE intersection, Case Western Reserve University, OH, USA

2011: “Assessment of Door to CT Performed and Door to CT Read for Stroke Patients at SPH”, presented at 2011 Nurses’ Day of Inquiry: The Changing Landscape of Nursing Education, Clinical Practice and Health Policy, St. Peter’s Hospital, NY, USA

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