A useful self-assessment is to ask yourself: The third domain of burnout, low sense of personal accomplishment, is more difficult to measure and there is no single question that can give insight into this domain. A score of greater than or equal to four positive answers on the Index correlates with lower mental quality of life, a lack of well-being and other markers of physician distress. The Index takes very little time to complete and the information obtained from answering the questions may be useful as a personal reference point.
It is a highly valid and reliable item measure and measures resilience in any setting. It was first published in and is the first resilience assessment to measure resilience directly. I began the research for this measure in the early s while I studied healthy aging among older adults and psychosocial adaptation to ischemic heart disease among women.
I have always been curious about how people adapt during and after major losses and other difficult life events and the Resilience Scale measures the inner strengths required to adapt positively.
The Resilience Scale measures what is going right versus what is going wrong in your life. It measures strengths rather than limitations.
Construct Validity A variety of methods have been used to assess the construct validity of the Resilience Scale and the accumulation of this evidence over the years supports and continues to support the construct validity.
A review of the Bibliography on this website will demonstrate the wide range of studies that have established the construct validity. We have learned that resilience measured by the Resilience Scale is positively associated with self-esteem, active coping, forgiveness, health promotion, family health, psychological well-being, sense of community, social support, sense of coherence, healthy lifestyle behaviors, self-care during chronic illness, purpose in life, self-transcendence, religiosity, optimism, high physical function, spiritual well-being, goal achievement, and many other positive qualities.
We have learned that resilience measured by the Resilience Scale is inversely related to hopelessness, helplessness, passive coping, stress, number of perceived stress events, depression, anxiety, fibromyalgia impact, battle fatigue stress, compassion fatigue, burnout, employee turnover, and other events.
Age groups The Resilience Scale is written at the 6th grade level years and can be completed in about minutes for most people. Examples of items include: I can usually look at a situation in a number of ways. My life has meaning. Its primary purpose is for graduate student research and for established researchers in the university setting.
Indispensable to the use of the Resilience Scale is the Resilience Scale User's Guidewhich is sent electronically when you purchase a licensing agreement. The RS has been used with age groups as young as early teens 13 and 14 years old as well as the very old greater than years old.
The Flesch Reading Ease is The Flesch-Kincaid Grade level is 6. I am using the RS for my doctoral thesis and have a question about the item scale. The one I am using has 26 items last item is: The RS is a item instrument and the 26th item is optional. It is a concurrent validity question for you to correlate with the sum of the preceding 25 items.Offering integrative medicine consultations and experiential health and wellness education to help you mobilize your natural healing ability by integrating mind, body, spirit and our relationship with each other and the earth.
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Patterson MD, MSPH, FAAFP. Describe the wellness and resiliency model used by mental health counselors that will promote wellness and community resilience over the life span for individual, couples, and families in your target population. Resilience is that ineffable quality that allows some people to be knocked down by life and come back stronger than ever.
Rather than letting failure overcome them and drain their resolve, they. Promoting Health and Wellness. Facebook; Philadelphia Partnership for Resilience (PPR) NSC provides social service, legal and therapueutic supports to those who have endured intentionally inflicted physical and mental pain as defined by the U.N.
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What are the characteristics of an HR system designed to develop a capacity for organizational resilience? To answer this question, we use the model depicted in Fig. 1, adapted from Lepak et al. ().This model consists of three components: HR principles, . Introduction. Resilience, from the Latin resilire (to rebound, recoil, or spring back), is a general concept that can be defined broadly as follows: The capacity of a dynamic system to withstand or recover from significant challenges that threaten its stability, viability, or development.
This concept is widely applied in ecology, engineering, communications, disaster management, and other.