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Handwashing is an effective way to reduce infectious disease transmission, but health care workers do not always follow hand hygiene guidelines. This research examines handwashing determinants using the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) and handwashing practices for public health students in Thailand Methods: A cross-sectional descriptive study was conducted to assess the handwashing antecedents and behaviors of students attending the Sirindhorn Colleges of Public Health. Volunteer participantsdoi:10.32413/pjph.v9i2.296 fatcat:hzgzl5cx5jh6zhvbpdj6cppona