‘Learning how to ask’: Effectiveness of a training for trauma inquiry and response in substance use disorder healthcare professionals

Lotzin, A. and Buth, S. and Sehner, S. and Hiller, P. and Martens, M. and Pawils, S. and Metzner, F. and Read, John and Härter, M. and Schäfer, I. (2017) ‘‘Learning how to ask’: Effectiveness of a training for trauma inquiry and response in substance use disorder healthcare professionals’, Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, In Press.

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Divisions: Schools > Psychology, School of
Date Deposited: 31 Mar 2017 09:45
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Creators: Lotzin, A. and Buth, S. and Sehner, S. and Hiller, P. and Martens, M. and Pawils, S. and Metzner, F. and Read, John and Härter, M. and Schäfer, I.
Status: In Press
Publisher: American Psychological Association for Trauma Psychology (Division 56)
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