Measure of resilience as an objective concept in recent years has been interested to researchers. Therefore, this study was designed to assess the level of resilience of students in vulnerable areas based on the LM-CRID-31 Q.
This was a descriptive cross-sectional study. The tool used was LM-CRID-31Q, which includes Cronbach's alpha 0.86 and the internal consistency is ICC = 0.91 CI (95%), 849-948. This questionnaire was surveyed among 599 students aged 13 to 18 years in hazardous areas of Golestan province and the earthquake hazards in Kermanshah province at the end of 2017.
The results showed that girls had more resilience than boys. Age, sex, level of education, and living area were among the most influential factors in the resilience of children in disasters. Resilience of Kermanshah teenagers was more than Golestan. The most resilience of students was in the area of trust in God and the lowest resilience in the area of accepting social responsibility. The lowest percentage of resilience was in the acceptance of social responsibility (22.2%) and adaptability (57.0%). The highest percentage of resilience in the elements of trust in God and learning thrill (91.0%) and other components were creativity and dynamism (83.7%), happiness (80.3), and hope (74.8%) of moderate resilience.
The LM-CRID-31Q instrument with eight components could be the beginning of advanced studies by researchers in the field of child in disasters. This questionnaire is applicable to measuring the resilience before and after accidents and disasters.
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