Collaboration Process for building Consumer Protection Network from imported Health Products

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Thassanee Mananavicphol


Study on the collaboration process too building consumer protection network from imported health products. The purpose is to study the process of collaborative networking and effective approaches to consumer protection of imported health products. Along with the barriers to consumer protection of imported health products. The research found that The process of collaborating to create a network of consumer protection in health products is as follows 1. Awareness of collaboration in creating a consumer protection network consists of (1) Informational Network (2) Developmental Network (3) Outreach Network and (4) Action Network, to find agreement on the implementation and distribution of shared management. By creating a network, you create a centralized network, but at the same time you create a network among yourself. By implementing consumer health protection, imported health products are operated by (1) the collaboration of the control network before the products are released to the market (2) the collaboration of the monitoring network when the products are released to the market. (3) collaboration of Safety Surveillance Network. 2. Creating a better understanding of the network. By training to build knowledge and understanding about consumer protection of imported health products on the Rights of Consumers. 3. Publicity dissemination Information to the consumer and 4. Convince consumer agencies and networks to work together to protect consumers. The effective approach in the process of consumer protection of imported health products consists of (1) the creation of knowledge and understanding of the network (2) the development of relevant agencies and the network of consumer protection of imported health products (3) collaborative surveillance, safety and (4) public relations. The problems and obstacles to collaboration in the establishment of the Consumer Health Protection Network for imported health products are as follows (1) Relevant agencies and consumer protection networks are ineffective (2) Network knowledge building (3) Lack of publicity, dissemination of knowledge and (4) lack of budget and personnel.


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Mananavicphol, T. (2019). Collaboration Process for building Consumer Protection Network from imported Health Products. Rajapark Journal, 13(28), 1–9. Retrieved from
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