Associate Professor Dr. Orapin Laosee

รองศาสตราจารย์ ดร.อรพินท์ เล่าซี้

Education / การศึกษา

Ph.D. (Public Health), College of Public Health Sciences, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
Diploma on Research and Development of Products to Meet Public Health Needs, Nagasaki University, Japan
M.P.H., College of Public Health, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
M.Sc. (Public Health), Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand
B.Ns., Faculty of Nursing, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand


Phone : (66) 2441 9040-3 Ext. 63
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Research Interest

  1. Injury prevention
  2. Child injury
  3. Epidemiology study
  4. Health system research


  1. Ounsaneha, W., et al., Preventive Behaviors and Influencing Factors among Thai Residents in Endemic Areas during the Highest Epidemic Peak of the COVID-19 Outbreak. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2023. 20(3).
  2. Ounsaneha, W., et al., Combined Impact of Omicron Vaccination and Environmental Risk Exposure: A Thailand Case Study. Vaccines, 2023. 11(2).
  3. Tanglai, W., et al., The Effects of Personality and Attitude on Risky Driving Behavior Among Public van Drivers: Hierarchical Modeling. Safety and Health at Work, 2022. 13(2): p. 187-191.
  4. Laosee O, Somrongthong R. Swimming skill Ounsaneha, W., et al., Household Environmental Practice for Prevent and Control Dengue Fever toward One Health Framework in an Endemic Area of Central Region, Thailand. EnvironmentAsia, 2022. 15(2): p. 34-44.
  5. Lin, S.M., et al., COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among undergraduate students in Thailand during the peak of the third wave of the coronavirus pandemic in 2021. Epidemiologic Methods, 2022. 11(S1).
  6. Laosee, O., et al., OLDER ADULTS WITH CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN: FUNCTIONAL DISABILITY AND QUALITY OF LIFE, in Pain Management: Recent International Research. 2022. p. 105-116.
  7. Htun, N.N., O. Laosee, and C. Rattanapan, Factors that influence menstrual hygiene management in adolescent girls in Mudon Township, Mon State, Myanmar. Journal of Health Science and Medical Research, 2021. 39(3): p. 207-217.
  8. Thin, P.P., A. Mongkolchati, and O. Laosee, Delays in diagnosis and treatment among persons with new pulmonary tuberculosis in Mandalay District, Central Myanmar. Journal of Public Health and Development, 2020. 18(1): p. 9-19.
  9. Ounsaneha, W., et al., Tourist behavior of plastic waste reduction in the coastal area of Trang Province, Thailand. International Journal of Environmental Science and Development, 2020. 11(4): p. 165-169.
  10. Laosee, O., et al., The effectiveness of traditional Thai massage versus massage with herbal compress among elderly patients with low back pain: A randomised controlled trial. Complementary Therapies in Medicine, 2020. 48.
  11. Tun, M.M.M., et al., Determinants of quality of life among people living with HIV in the hilly region of Myanmar. Journal of HIV/AIDS and Social Services, 2019. 18(4): p. 367-381.
  12. Soe, A.K., et al., Use of insecticide-treated nets among pig owners living in Japanese encephalitis endemic areas of northern Myanmar. International Journal of GEOMATE, 2018. 15(50): p. 45-50.
  13. Pengpid, S., et al., Intimate partner sexual violence and risk for femicide, suicidality and substance use among women in antenatal care and general out-patients in Thailand. BMC Women's Health, 2018. 18(1).
  14. Ounsaneha, W., et al., Predictors of behavior intention to develop a green university: A case of an undergraduate university in Thailand. International Journal of GEOMATE, 2018. 15(49): p. 162-168.
  15. Laosee, O., C. Rattanapan, and R. Somrongthong, Physical and cognitive functions affecting road traffic injuries among senior drivers. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics, 2018. 78: p. 160-164.
  16. Lwin, P.M., C. Rattanapan, and O. Laosee, Nurses' intention to remain employed in hospitals: Understanding the shortage in the context of Myanmar. International Journal of Nursing Practice, 2017. 23(4).
  17. Htut, N.L., et al., Delay in seeking treatment among adults with malaria experience in Shan State, Myanmar. Walailak Journal of Science and Technology, 2017. 14(8): p. 655-662.