Press conference on the establishment of the Intelligence Center for Elderly Media Literacy and the special talk on Stop-Think-Ask-Act: Online Vaccines for the Elderly Media Literacy
The purpose of the press conference on the establishment of the Intelligence Center for Elderly Media Literacy and the special talk on Stop-Think-Ask-Act: Online Vaccines for the Elderly Media Literacy was to enhance the level of media literacy work for the elderly. It aimed to spread creative online games for the elderly to be media mindful using the STAAS: Stop-Think-Ask-Act, as well as survey data on the situation and effects of media use among the Thai elderly.
The panellists included Associate Professor Dr. Panya Kaimook, an expert on geriatrics and a qualified member of the Thai Health Promotion Foundation; Ms. Yanee Ratborirak, Acting Director of the Office of Media System Promotion and Intellectual Health, ThaiHealth; and Associate Professor Dr. Nunthiya Doungphummes of the Research Institute of Languages and Cultures of Asia, Mahidol University. Associate Professor Dr. Nithida Sangsingkeo, Deputy Dean of Academic Affairs at the Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communication, Thammasat University, served as moderator.