Data Abstraction Form
The literature review was conducted to understand community resilience and give information on the important component related to community resilience. It focused on the health security and it utilized DAF (Data Abstraction Form) to enhance systematic monitoring and evaluation of every article that was reviewed. The research used the criteria of DAF1 and DAF2 to find out the real meaning of community resilience, improve its operations and the differences in research policy. DAF2 technique is developed to give differ understanding of the research carried out. The relationship of preparedness and community resilience was established (Anita et al, 2010). Mitigation of the risks which are associated with the neighborhood factor helps in handling health problems. The factor is further explained under social, psychological, economic and physical well-being. The proceeding of DAF2 is determined by the reliability of DAF1 and all the established criteria are met.
Similarly, questionnaire method was used in the collection of data of community resilience. It focuses on the capacity building that increase the knowledge or resources used. The questionnaires aimed at getting information on the link between community preparedness and community resilience. Health security of the community is determined by community health, economic equity, social integration level and mitigation of the health risk (Chitnis, Deshpande & Shaligram, 2016). The questions was used to find out the health literacy that integrated both preparedness to specific activities and tradition actions. The literature review achieved the goal of research because it focused on the elements related to health security. It showed social and economic inequalities that affect the vulnerable people in the community. It has defined community resilience and associated it with factors that impact health security.
Anita Chandra, Joie Acosta, Lisa S. Meredith, Katherine Sanches, Stefanie Stern, Lori Uscher- Pines, Malcolm Williams &Douglas Yeung. (2010). Understanding Community Resilience in the Context of National Health Security. A Literature Review
Chitnis, S., Deshpande, N., & Shaligram, A. (2016). An investigative study for smart home security: Issues, challenges and countermeasures. Wireless Sensor Network, 8(04), 61.