Traffic accidents are a major national problem. In Dan Sai district, In 2558, 642 people were killed. The problem solving model was developed by conducting participatory action research in two circles, involving all sectors. Targeted 52 people were selected from government agencies, community leaders, local leaders, volunteers, and youth groups. The action research cycle consists of four stages: planning, implementation, observation, and reflection. At the end of the cycle, two researched spirals will be considered. The instrument used for data collection was a questionnaire. Data was collected between October 2015 and September 2017. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and content analysis. After the model was developed and the casualties rate fell from 642 to 598 and 572, respectively, and the death rate dropped from six to four. This model has been implemented for two years, consisting of the development of related network teams at the district level. Information used in the analysis of causes of death from cohabitation data with three public health officers and police officers, as well as analysis by network participants, from planning, implementation, reflection and co-operation. Every 3 months Strong support network has been initiated, monitored and publicized. Teen Rescue Network, Safe Student Bus Each Safe Bike group has been set up to assist students after school from a car accident. There is communication through local media, face books, and line applications between leader groups. The key to success is the involvement of networks, the use of publicly released media information, and continuous monitoring and evaluation. Using this model can reduce the mortality rate of patients with car accidents.
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