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My research interests are in college student mental health issues. Specifically, my research examined the effectiveness of a suicide prevention program that taught community members how to recognize warning signs for suicide. For my doctoral dissertation research, I partnered with staff members from a large, public university in the southwest region of the country, to evaluate the results from a suicide prevention training program, known as Question, Persuade, Refer© (QPR). My professional and research interests have provided me with an opportunity to interact and engage with multi-disciplinary colleagues. Thus, additional scholarly interests include the application of interprofessional educational opportunities within public health coursework.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD in Health Studies, Texas Woman's University

MPH in Behavioral & Community Health, UNT Health Science Center

BS in Nutritional Sciences, Texas Christian University

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gatekeeper Social Sciences
training program Social Sciences

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Research Output 2018 2018

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RU OK: Evaluating the effectiveness of a gatekeeper training program

Adams, L. M., Nguyen, T., Morgan, K. & Gumbleton, C., 1 Sep 2018, In : Journal of College Student Development. 59, 5, p. 614-617 4 p.

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training program