Islamic-based family resilience training to increase family resilience, coping, and disaster preparedness

Sriyono Sriyono, Nursalam Nursalam, Hamzah Hamzah

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Abstract

Earthquake victims not only experience emergency problems such as construction, food, physical condition due to the earthquake, but also mental health problems. The study is aimed to analyze the effectiveness level of Islamic-Based Family Resilience Training to Increase Family Resilience, Coping, and Disaster Preparedness. A non-randomized pre- and posttest control group design was used. Sampling was conducted by purposive sampling And 20 subjects recruited for treatment group and 20 subjects into control group. The independent variable was Islamic-Based Family Resilience Training and the dependent variables were family resilience, coping, and disaster preparedness. The data were collected using combination of Walsh's Family Resilience Questionnaire and Lietz family resilience process, coping questionnaire and disaster preparedness family assessment. The data analyses used paired t-test/ Mann-Whitney U test and independent t- test. The characteristic respondents were 30 - 39 years old age (16/40, 40.0%), male (35/40, 87.5%), the highest educational background was senior high school level (15/40, 37.5%) and the occupation was in private industry (17/40, 42.5%). There were significant differences between control and treatment group in the family resilience (p=0.010), coping (p=0,000), and disaster preparedness (p=0.006). Family resilience, coping, and disaster preparedness are subject of change when Islamic-Based Family Resilience Training is implemented.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1148-1151
Number of pages4
JournalSystematic Reviews in Pharmacy
Volume11
Issue number6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2020

Keywords

  • Coping
  • Disaster preparedness
  • Psychology
  • Resilience
  • Spiritual

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