Development of resilience training package

Toombs, Maree (2011) Development of resilience training package. Aboriginal and Island Health Worker Journal, 35 4: 22-25.

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Author Toombs, Maree
Title Development of resilience training package
Journal name Aboriginal and Island Health Worker Journal   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1037-3403
Publication date 2011-06
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 35
Issue 4
Start page 22
End page 25
Total pages 4
Place of publication Matraville, NSW, Australia
Publisher Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal
Collection year 2012
Language eng
Abstract Earlier this year I completed my PhD in health. This research was based on the wellbeing of Indigenous students at university. As part of the recommendations and reciprocity that goes with Indigenous research, I wanted to give something back to the students who gave their time to be interviewed. Recommendations of this research included the development of a resilience training package. This training package could be utilised in universities and, potentially, in high schools as well. The one common theme that continued to emerge within this research was that students saw themselves as resilient and, as such, attributed this to their success. Following, is an overview of what resilience looks like and how training may potentially increase productivity and success even when things are not always easy within the family or community that an individual comes from.
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