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Self-Efficacy in Suicide Prevention and Intervention: Graduate Research

3 Oct 2018 3:14 PM | Quinn Meyer (Administrator)

The National Association of School Psychologists has recently made a public call for more research regarding child and adolescent suicide, and with the help of your organization, this research hopes to help address possible opportunities to improve student mental and emotional health. 

This research is contacting various state associations and asking practicing school psychologists to complete a survey (attached; a modified version of the Self-Efficacy of School Professionals survey). Along with this survey, will be a quick demographic questionnaire (attached) and some experiential questions (attached). The link to this online survey is: https://miamioh.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_55epJzPqQvCsETj

Appendices Miami Suicide Self Efficacy.pdf

Contact for further inquiries:

Derek Allen Baker

School Psychology Graduate Student, Miami University

bakerda@miamioh.edu


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