Sustaining the effect of gatekeeper training: an empirical examination of two post-training interventions
Introduction: There is ample evidence supporting the application of gatekeeper training programs toward suicide prevention efforts (e.g., Cross, Mattieu, Cerel, & Knox, 2007; Wyman, Inman, Brown, Cross, Schmeelk-Cone, & Pena, 2008). However, recent studies (e.g., Chen, Gibbs, & Moore, 2009; Keller et al., 2009) suggest that knowledge and self-efficacy may significantly decline over time. The purpose of this study was to develop and evaluate two interventions that could boost gatekeepers' confidence in their ability to intervene. Two different intervention videos were created in collaboration ...
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Henry, Kim L.
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