Asst Prof Dr Panupong Puttarak said complaints reported via the platform will be sent to related officials, including Food and Drug Administration, in a bid to deal with problems related to dubious healthcare products as soon as possible.
"People are at risk of being deceived by advertisements that exaggerate the benefits of sub-standard supplements,” he said.
He added that the TaWai for Health platform has already received more than 5,000 complaints from pharmacists, village health volunteers, foundation staff and students.
Pharm Chawalin Inthong, TaWai for Health project researcher, said PSU will continue developing the platform in collaboration with related agencies in a bid to gain global prominence.
Those interested in the platform can visit www.tawaiforhealth.org or @tawaiforhealth Facebook page for more information.
Published : May 05, 2022
Published : March 08, 2021
By : The Nation