Received: 28 October 2021
Accepted: 11 October 2022
First Online: 24 October 2022
: The study was carried out after receiving ethical approval from Wollo University's College of Health and Medical Sciences' ethical review board. A legally authorized representative obtained permission from the prison administrator. Participants were fully informed about the study's aims and potential benefits. The data was gathered after each participant's next of kin/LAR (legally authorized representative) signed a written informed consent form. The information obtained from study participants was kept and also their names were not written, rather codes were given to ensure confidentiality. We were kept the right of participants who were not willing to take part in the study. This study was done following the Declaration of Helsinki. By communicating with the prison clinic and administrator for those participants who scored 7 and above from 18 on SBQ-R were made for further evaluation and intervention as well as referral to Dessie comprehensive specialized hospitals.
: The authors declare that they have no competing interests.