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Development of post-disaster psychosocial evaluation and intervention for children: Results of a South Korean delphi panel survey

Authors
Lee, MS | Hwang, JW | Lee, CS | Kim, JY | Lee, JH | Kim, E | Chang, HY  | Bae, S | Park, JH | Bhang, SY
Citation
PloS one, 13(3). : e0195235-e0195235, 2018
Journal Title
PloS one
ISSN
1932-6203
Abstract
OBJECTIVE: This study aimed to administer a Delphi panel survey and provide evidence for the development of a psychological intervention protocol for use after disasters in South Korea.
METHOD: A three-round Delphi survey was conducted. In all rounds, respondents answered open- or closed-ended questions regarding their views on i) the concept of disaster, ii) evaluation, iii) intervention, and iv) considerations in a disaster. Data from Round 1 were subjected to content analysis. In Round 2, items with content validity ratios (CVRs) greater than 0.49 were included, and in Round 3, items with a CVR>/=0.38 were accepted.
RESULTS: The response rates for the Delphi survey were high: 83% (n = 15, Round 1), 80% (n = 16, Round 2), and 86% (n = 24, Round 3). The data collected during this survey showed a need for a support system for children: for preventive strategies, including disaster readiness plans: for the protection of children's safety: and for the development of post-disaster psychosocial care.
CONCLUSIONS: The panel experts reached a consensus regarding the steps they considered critical in post-disaster evaluation and intervention. The findings suggest a unified model for advancing the development of the Korean version of an intervention protocol for children and adolescents exposed to traumatic events.
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DOI
10.1371/journal.pone.0195235
PMID
29596483
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