fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu
[ Specifična obilježja
obitelji u riziku: doprinos planiranju
kompleksnih intervencija ]
Saturday, 02. November, 2019.
Anja Mirosavljević participated on the 34th FICE International Congress on Residential and Out-of-home Care Better Future Opportunities for Children and Young People in Multicultural Societies, 29-31 October 2019 in Tel Aviv (Israel). After the Confernece, on 1 November as part of the study visit she visited Youth Villages Hassadim and Ahava.
During the Conference she presented the paper Qualitative Analysis of Risk and Protective Factors of Families at Risk in Croatia (coauthors: Nivex Koller Trbović, Ivana Maurović & Anja Mirosavljević).
Presentation is available here.
More information about the confernece can be found here.
Summary of the paper:
The aim of this paper is to present results of the scientific project Specific characteristics of families at risk: contribution to complex interventions planning, financed by Croatian scientific foundation (IP-2014-09-9515) oriented toward analysis of risk and protective factors as well as coping strategies of families at risk from Zagreb (Croatia) using thematic analysis (Braun & Clarke, 2006) of family group interviews.
The sample is consisted of ten families with complex needs where at least one member (usually the child) is included in social service or mental health interventions due to the child’s behaviour problems.
Results indicated that these families face many risks and stressors during their life pathways and generally use different functional as well as unfuctional family coping strategies in dealing with their everyday problems where coping strategies can be seen as both protective or risk factor for those families.
Life pathways of these families clearly point to a direction in which complex interventions offered by the system should intervene.