Last updated on April 2019

ACCeptation and Qualitative Evaluation of Phone-delivered Intervention


Brief description of study

Background: Previous suicide attempt is known to be a strong risk factor for repetition and repetition is common within the first year after an episode of deliberate self-harm (DSH). There has been growing interest in brief interventions for this population that are focused on maintaining long-term contact and/or offering re-engagement with services when needed. Despite telephone-delivered interventions have shown promising results in suicide reattempt prevention, subjective impact of such brief contact interventions and effectiveness mechanisms have never been evaluated.

Detailed Study Description

Semi-structured in-depth interviews with 20 patients previously receiving a telephone-delivered intervention from our team. Six weeks and 3 months after a DSH, people included in telephone-delivered process will be interviewed by a social science researcher. Qualitative analysis using thematic analysis will be independently performed by two researchers.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT02949453

Recruitment Status: Closed


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