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The objectives of this study were to develop an instructional model incorporating collaborative leadership for the Thai traditional medicine course ‘Prakumpera Prathomjinda’, survey the students’ perceived development of skills in teamwork, interpersonal relationship, and leadership, and assess their academic achievement in the course. The sample comprised 33 second year undergraduate students enrolled in the second semester of the academic year 2019 at the School of Integrative Medicine of Mae Fah Luang University. The research instruments were the to be in the highest level for all the three skills with the rating for teamwork standing at 4.53±0.57, the rating for interpersonal relationship reaching 4.58±0.59, and the rating for leadership equaling 4.53±0.60. In terms of their academic achievement, the students obtained a pre-test score of 21.06±3.19 but a post-test score of 40.03±2.56, or a statistically significant increase at the level of 0.05.
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