The SOS Suicide Prevention Program: Further Evidence of Efficacy and Effectiveness

@article{Schilling2015TheSS,
  title={The SOS Suicide Prevention Program: Further Evidence of Efficacy and Effectiveness},
  author={Elizabeth A. Schilling and Robert Aseltine and Amy Laureen James},
  journal={Prevention Science},
  year={2015},
  volume={17},
  pages={157-166}
}
This study replicated and extended previous evaluations of the Signs of Suicide (SOS) prevention program in a high school population using a more rigorous pre-test post-test randomized control design than used in previous SOS evaluations in high schools (Aseltine and DeMartino 2004; Aseltine et al. 2007). SOS was presented to an ethnically diverse group of ninth grade students in technical high schools in Connecticut. After controlling for the pre-test reports of suicide behaviors, exposure to… CONTINUE READING
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