Peeranuch LeSeure


Peeranuch LeSeure, PhD

Assistant Professor

College of Nursing & Health Sciences / Adult

Curriculum Vitae




Modular Unit #5 003


2005Sinclair School of Nursing, University of Missouri-ColumbiaPhD
1997Faculty of Nursing, Mahidol University, ThailandMS in Adult Nursing
1993McCormick Faculty of Nursing, Payap University ThailandBS in Nursing and Midwifery


  • Fundamental Nursing
  • Health Assessment
  • Nursing Research





A course to prepare first-year nursing students for the demands of higher education and foster the development of a professional nursing identity. The course promotes academic success and social development by fostering personal and academic goal setting, evaluating personal learning styles, and developing successful study strategies. Students will gain or improve study techniques and strategies, research literacy, time management skills, organizational skills, speaking and writing skills, personal development, interpersonal skills, career goals, appreciation for cultural diversity, and orientation to university resources and services.

Introducation to human development across a lifespan ¿ from birth until death. The purpose of this course is to build a foundation of understanding through various developmental theorists and age related physical, cognitive, and social-emotional expectations during significant milestones. This course introduces learners to theory and concepts that promote health in persons and families across the lifespan. This course contributes to nursing student development in care of the patient across the lifespan. The AACN Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice were used to build this course.


Online and Continuing Education Courses

Focus on the pivotal role of theory and theoretical thinking in the exploration, development and advancement of knowledge for nursing practice. Broad areas explored include concept and theory evolution within nursing and related science, and the relationship between concepts, theory, research and practice. Graduate students engage in elucidating the distinctive perspectives of the nursing discipline in promoting health, guiding persons through health care experience and shaping the health care environment.
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Research activities

  • The Development of a Prototype Mobile Application to Improve Self-Management in the Portuguese with Type 2 Diabetes (Primary investigator)
  • Evaluation of Factors Influencing Chronic Illness Reducing Physical Activity in Disadvantaged Women (Co-researcher)
  • Caregiver Perception About Caregiving Burden: Live Experiences of Elderly Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic (Co-research, collaborate nursing faculty at Chiang Mai University, Thailand)
  • An Investigation of The Learning Preferences among First-Year Students at Payap University (Co-research, collaborate nursing faculty at Chiang Mai University, Thailand)
  • The Effectiveness of Using a 3P Basic Building Block to Improve Teaching and Learning Nursing Process in Nursing Students (Co-research, collaborate nursing faculty at Chiang Mai University, Thailand)


Research interests

  • Chronic Illness
  • Health Promotion and Prevention
  • Adult and Gerontological Health
  • Mobile Technology Applications in the Healthcare
  • Community Participatory Research

Select publications

See curriculum vitae for more publications

  • LeSeure, P. & Panyoyai P. (2021).
    Health Promotion Innovation for Patients with Chronic Illness in Community
    Journal of The Royal Thai Army Nurses, 22, 31-40.
  • Thatsaeng, B. & LeSeure, P. (2021).
    Effects of Community Participatory Health Promotion Intervention Development on Knowledge and Self-Care Behavior Among Patients with Diabetes: A Case Study at Talat Khwan-Subdistrict, Doi Saket District, Chiang Mai
    Journal of Nurses Association of Thailand Northern Region, 27, 64-75.
  • LeSeure, P., & Thatsaeng, B. (in press).
    Pilot Testing a Community-Based Diabetes Health Promotion Intervention: A Study in a Rural Community in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
    International Journal of Nursing and Health Services
  • LeSeure, P., & Thatsaeng, B. (2020).
    Community Participation Model for Diabetes: A Case Study of a Local Rural Community in Chiang Mai, Thailand
    The 44th Midwest Nursing Research Society (MNRS) Annual Conference
  • Langarpint, P., Sennun, P., Tanasirijiranont, R., Chawaphanth, S., LeSeure, P., Rojanasupot, P., & Sukkheo, T. (2020, 10-11 January).
    Spirit of The Second Mile Nurse: A Positive Descriptor in the Era of Global Transformation.
    The 23rd East Asian Forum of Nursing Scholars (EAFONS) Conference, Chiang Mai, Thailand