High school health teachers' perceived self-efficacy in identifying students at risk for suicide.

@article{King1999HighSH,
  title={High school health teachers' perceived self-efficacy in identifying students at risk for suicide.},
  author={Keith A. King and Mph James H. Price and Susan Kay Telljohann and Jeffrey R Wahl},
  journal={The Journal of school health},
  year={1999},
  volume={69 5},
  pages={
          202-7
        }
}
A national random sample of 228 high school health teachers completed a 45-item survey to examine their perceived self-efficacy regarding adolescent suicide. Most respondents were female, White, and held master's degrees. Most believed it was their role to recognize students at risk for suicide, believed that if they did recognize students at risk it would reduce the chances that the student would commit suicide, and believed that one of the most important things they could do would be to… CONTINUE READING
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