CHSM’s ‘Share Your Love to NU’ event

The College of Health Systems Management, Naresuan University under the leadership of its Acting Director, Asst. Prof. Dr. Phudit Tejativaddhana celebrated the day of hearts – ‘Valentine’s Day’, by conducting an event dubbed ‘Share your Love to NU’ on the 14th of February 2018 at the Phra Teppharat Dharma Hall, Naresuan University. ‘Share Yout Love to NU’ is an event Read More ...

NUCHSM with Phitsanulok Municipality conducts workshop on urban design and renovation

Naresuan University, College of Health Systems Management (NUCHSM) in collaboration with Phitsanulok Municipality organized a workshop on urban design and renovation in conformity with the universal design project funded by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) on 23 – 24 January 2018 at Wang Chan Riverview Hotel, Phitsanulok, Thailand. The workshop on urban design and renovation is in compliance with Read More ...

NUCHSM and Phitsanulok Municipality collaborates to conserve Thai folk arts

The College of Health Systems Management, Naresuan University (NUCHSM) in partnership with the Phitsanulok Municipality Office organized meaningful and practical activities focused on the conservation and the preservation of the Thai folk arts on 22 – 23 January 2018 at Phra Ong Khao Community Health Center, Phitsanulok, Thailand. The activities aimed to train the people to help in the conservation Read More ...

Online Conference on ‘Writing and Publishing’ academic journal articles

The College of Health Systems Management kicked-off the teleconference for the second term of the academic year 2017 with Adjunct Prof. Dr. David Briggs discussing tips, issues and challenges of ‘Writing and Publishing’ academic journal articles on 24 January 2017 at Rajaphruek meeting room, Faculty of Social Sciences Building. All of the international students of CHSM studying MSc and PhD Read More ...

CHSM organized English communication skills development for its staff

The College of Health Systems Management organized the ‘English for Communication in the workplace’ class to improve the English proficiency of its staff. The English class is conducted every Thursday which aims to improve the staffs English communication skills – listening, speaking, reading and writing and to develop confidence in tackling day to day situations in the workplace that involved Read More ...