[Japan] CRNA Collaborative Research for Exploring Factors Nurturing Happy and Resilient Children among Asian Countries
Tomomi Sato, Aichi Shukutoku University Sachiko Kitano, Kobe University Toshitaka Fukami, Shimane University Miwako Hoshi, Jumonji University Yoichi Sakakihara, Child Research Net, Ochanomizu University
CRNA Collaborative Research for Exploring Factors Nurturing "Happy and Resilient" Children among Asian Countries
1) Interview Video from the Corresponding Author
We asked the following three questions to the collaborative researchers from eight countries/regions of Asia participating in this CRNA Collaborative Research:
Q1 Why did you decide to participate in this international collaborative survey project? Q2 Why did you focus on the topic (the topic of your choice) in your country report? Q3 What do you think is the most essential issue/point from your analysis?
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has spread worldwide, and it has affected the lives of people of all ages to a considerable extent. The COVID-19 pandemic has presented a huge challenge for us who are aiming for a society where each child can reach his/her full potential in a safe and secure living environment.
The purpose of this study is to identify the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on resilience which is recently attracting attention among the attributes concerning the safety and security of children, as well as identifying the appropriate environment which is connected to improving the resilience of children, and furthermore, identifying the relationship between QOL (quality of life), an indicator of how children feel about the safety and security of their lives and their degree of happiness, and resilience.