Background: Resilience is a process through which people use resources to adapt to adversity. Interventions aiming to support resilience in people with dementia have been developed. However, the optimal content, structure and impact of these interventions is unclear. This literature review explores the factors through which interventions foster resilience in people with dementia and examines their efficacy. Methods: Eight databases were searched systematically, for literature published from to
Resilience and mental health nursing: An integrative review of international literature
Literature Review - George Family Foundation
Use Adobe Acrobat Reader version 10 or higher for the best experience. Community resilience, or the sustained ability of a community to withstand and recover from adversity e. For example, the National Health Security Strategy identified community resilience as critical to national health security, i. Given that resources are limited in the wake of an emergency, it is increasingly recognized that communities may need to be on their own after an emergency before help arrives. Thus, they need to build resilience before an emergency.
Disability and climate resilience: a literature review
A total of relevant sources were selected from the published and grey literature, of which 53 were included in the final review. There is limited evidence of how the resilience of persons with disabilities has been enhanced by those interventions. This is required in order to produce more evidence-based recommendations and guidelines.
This report synthesizes the state of knowledge on the linkages between psychosocial factors and resilience through the lens of Self Help Groups SHGs. The objective of the report is two-fold. First, it seeks to provide practitioners and researchers with a better understanding of what is already known about how psychosocial factors contribute to resilience through SHGs. Second, in synthesizing the state of knowledge on this topic, it highlights the gaps in the current evidence base to inform a learning agenda.