The resilience to face disease is a process of positive adaptation despite the loss of health. It involves developing vitality and skills to overcome the negative effects of adversity, risks, and vulnerability caused by disease. In Mexico, the Mexican Resilience Measurement Scale (RESI-M) has been validated with a general population and has a five-factor structure. However, this scale does not allow evaluation of resilience in specific subpopulations, such as caregivers.
|Journal||Health and Quality of Life Outcomes|
|Publication status||Published - 13 Dec 2017|
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- Pediatric chronic disease
- Family caregivers
- Psychometric properties
- Instrumental study
- Mexican version
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- School of Sport and Health Sciences - Prof of Child, Family and Community Health
- Centre for Arts and Wellbeing
- Centre of Resilience for Social Justice