Attitudes Towards Suicide Pre- and Post- QPR Training

Authors: Shayla Crandell and Jamie Eastwood, Helena College University of Montana Abstract Objective: This study measures individual attitudes based on pre and post suicide prevention training between those trained and not trained in Question, Persuade and Refer (QPR) to see if individual attitudes could be changed by this particular prevention program. Methods: We compared 60 student’s individual attitudes between two classes. One class being trained in QPR and the other receiving no training in QPR, using an Attitude Toward Suicide Inventory. Results: We found that there was no significant positive attitude change with individuals trained and not trained in QPR. … Continue reading Attitudes Towards Suicide Pre- and Post- QPR Training