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Table 3 Community facilitator training

From: Developing social capital in implementing a complex intervention: a process evaluation of the early implementation of a suicide prevention intervention in four European countries

LEVEL 3: community facilitator training* 09-12/2009 01-03/2010 04-06/2010 07-09/2010 10-12/2010 01-03/2011 04-06/2011 07-09/2011
Case A 12 Pol; 16 CLC; 12 Ph; 122 Pol; 25 SW; 74 T; 79 Ca; 26 Ph; 26 MS 83 SW; 58 T; 4 Ca; 13 Ph; 12 Cler; 13 HI; 14 YW; 65 SW; 28 T; 27 Ca; 13 Cler; 11 MS 10 SW; 51 Ca; 11 Cler; 16 HI; 10 ST    
Case B    20 YW; 70 SW; 30 T; 14 Pol; 5 CLC; 5 Ca; 11 Cl 50 Ph; 53 Cler 42 T; 30 YW; 82 T; 9 YW; 50 T; 35 Ca; 9 Others (country specific); 8 CBT Traing  
Case C    100 Pol 10 YW; 200 Pol 100 Pol 12 SW; 8 Probation Officers 37 Cler 10 CLC; 16 Ph
Case D       11 Cler 7 SW; 10 Jour 12 Cler
        16 CPsy 302 Pol (Oct-Dec 2011)
        3 Ca  
        1 YW  
        1 Soc  
        1 SS  
        6 T  
  1. *“Community facilitators” are community-based professionals. Abbreviations are as follows:
  2. YW, Youth workers; SW, Social/community workers; T, Teachers; Pol, Police; Jour, Journalists; CLC, Crisis Line Counsellors; Ca, Carers for the elderly; Ph, Pharmacists; Cler, Clergy (all faiths); HI, Health Insurance Staff; MS, Medical Secretaries; ST, Sports Trainers; EAS, Employment Agency Staff; Soc, Sociologist; CPsy, Community Psychol; SS, Social secretaries.