Indo-Canadian Collaboration for Suicide Prevention: Training Needs Assessment for Healthcare Professionals in India

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The main purpose of the study was to conduct a comprehensive needs assessment of primary healthcare professionals in order to develop a training program aimed at enhancing competencies in suicide risk assessment and management. A total of 144 primary healthcare professionals (physicians = 46; primary care workers = 98) completed the needs assessment… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10597-015-9895-z

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@article{Shah2015IndoCanadianCF, title={Indo-Canadian Collaboration for Suicide Prevention: Training Needs Assessment for Healthcare Professionals in India}, author={Ravi Shah and Rahel Eynan and Amresh Kumar Srivastava and Leanna Reiss and T. S. Sathyanarayana Rao and Shubhangi R. Parkar and Lakshman Dutt and Kranti Kadam and Paul S. Links}, journal={Community Mental Health Journal}, year={2015}, volume={52}, pages={511-518} }