Wait-list comparision among students Baseline: Confidence Knowledge N = 398 N = 146 received thank you email N = 114 received e-learning N = 59 N = 46 N = 211 received e-learning module N = 187 received thank you email randomization 1 month 3 month
appreciation 92% stated they learned a lot from the module 88 % found the module a good preparation for their internship 85% would recommend the module to their collegues 81% found themselves to be more confident after the module
Feasibility professionals 55% (n = 140) of the respondents used the e- learning module for an average time of 40 minutes Nurses were most likely to use the e-learning module No demographic differences (age, years of experience, gender) between users and non- users were found
Feasibility professionals The module was highly rated. 70% stated they learned a lot on the topic of suicide prevention 35% even said they learned more from the module than from the face-to-face training. No experimental design, we do not know the effect of the module on professionals Lots of ICT problems in Mental Health Institutions!
Conclusion High face validity Great appreciation Promising results among students ICT problems in institutions Future: experimental testing among professionals
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