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Asst. Prof. Dr. Nonglak Pagaiya

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Research areas: Human resources for health, health service system, primary health care

Teaching areas: Human resources for health, health service system, primary health care

Education:

1999-2003  PhD in Human Resources for Health Planning, University of Liverpool, UK

1995-96  MA in Health Management, Planning and Policy, University of Leeds, UK

1988-89  MPH (Rural health), University of the Philippines, the Philippines

1980-84  B.Sc in Public Health, Khon Kaen University, Thailand       

Selected publications:

Pagaiya N,, Tangcharoensathien  V., Noree T., Sriratana S. and Chantanisr  A. (2012) - How to attract new doctors to work in rural areas: Using Discrete Choice Experiment (DCE). Journal of Health System Research. 6(1): 40-47.

Pagaiya N., Sriratana S., Wongwinyou K., Lapkom C. and Worarat W. (2012) - Impacts of financial measures on rural retention of doctors. Journal of Health System Research 6(2):228-235.

Pagaiya N., Worarat W., Sriratana S., Lapkom C., Wongwinyou K. (2012) - Skill Mix and Health Workforce Requirements to Support Medical Laboratory Services. Journal of Health Science 2012; 21(5).

Smith R, Lagarde M, Blaauw D, Goodman C, English M, Mullei K, Pagaiya N, Tangcharoensathien V, Erasmus E, Hanson K.(2013) Appealing to altruism: an alternative strategy to address the health workforce crisis in developing countries?J Public Health (Oxf). 2013 Mar;35(1):164-70.

Lagarde M, Pagaiya N, Tangcharoensathian V and Blaauw D (2012) One size does not fit all: Investigating doctorsstated preference heterogeneity for job incentives to inform policy in Thailand. Health Econ. (2013).

Pagaiya N, Kongkam L, Sriratana S (2015) Rural retention of doctors graduating from the rural medical education project to increase rural doctors in Thailand: a cohort study. Hum Resour Health. 2015 Mar 1;13:10.

Nonglak Pagaiya, Pudtan Phanthunane, Adun Bamreung,Boonruang Khaonuan (2018) Human resources for health projections for primary health care services in Thailand 2026. Journal of Health System Research 2018. 12(2):189-204.

Pudtan Phanthunane, Adun Bamrung, Boonruang Khaonuan, and Nonglak Pagaiya (2018) A utilization-based model to predict human resources for health (HRH) in secondary care services in Thailand 2026. Journal of Health System Research 2018. 12(2):205-220.

Nonglak Pagaiya (2018) Human resources for health requirement projection: Crucial baseline to support human resources for health planning. Journal of Health System Research 2018. 12(2):342-355.

Nonglak Pagaiya, Pudtan Phanthunane, Adun Bamrung, Thinakorn Noree and Karnwarin Kongweerakul. (2019). Forecasting imbalances of human resources for health in the Thailand health service system: application of a health demand method. Human Resources for Health 2019 17:4.

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