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IASP Publications

Crisis

The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention.
Published under the Auspices of the International Association for Suicide Prevention

Crisis - IASP Journal

2011 Featured Editorials

Volume 32, Number 5 / 2011
Suicide Announcement on Facebook
Thomas D. Ruder, Gary M. Hatch, Garyfalia Ampanozi, Michael Thali and Nadja Fischer

Volume 32, Number 3 / 2011
Towards Evidence-Based Suicide Prevention Programs
Paul Yip

Volume 32, Number 2 / 2011
Cultural Context Is Crucial in Suicide Research and Prevention
Heidi Hjelmeland

Volume 32, Number 1 / 2011
Do Animals Commit Suicide? Does It Matter?
Antonio Preti

2010 Featured Editorials

Volume 31, Number 5 / 2010
Counting Suicides and Making Suicide Count as a Public Health Problem
Ian R. H. Rockett

Volume 31, Number 4 / 2010
Australia Revises its Mortality Data on Suicide
Diego De Leo, Editor-in-Chief

Volume 31, Number 3 / 2010
Child Suicide, Family Environment, and Economic Crisis
Kairi Kõlves

Volume 31, Number 2 / 2010
From Bench to Bedside in the Prevention of Suicide: A Never-Ending Back and Forth Journey
Maurizio Pompili

Volume 31, Number 1 / 2010
Emergency Departments Are Underutilized Sites for Suicide Prevention
Gregory Luke Larkin and Annette L. Beautrais



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Editors-in-Chief

Diego de Leo MD, PhD, FRANZCP, Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention, Griffiyjd University, Mt. Gravatt Campus, 4111 Queensland, Australia (Tel. +61 7 3875-3377, Fax +61 7 3875-3450, E-mail: D.DeLeo [at] mailbox.gu.edu.au)

Associate Editors

Ad J.F.M. Kerkhof, PhD, Department of Clinical Psychology, Vrije Universiteit, Van der Boechorststraat 1, 1081 BT Amsterdam, The Netherlands (Tel. +31 20 4448757, Fax +31 20 4448758, Email: ajfm.kerkhof [at] psy.vu.nl)

Maria A. Oquendo, MD New York State Psychiatric Institute 1051 Riverside Drive New York, NY 10032 USA (Tel. +1 212 543-5835 Fax +1 212 543-6017 mao4[a]columbia.edu)

Editorial Board

A. Apter, Tel Aviv, Israel
E. Arensman, Cork, Ireland
R. Battegay, Basel, Switzerland
M.P. Battin, Salt Lake City, UT, USA
A.L. Berman, Washington, DC, USA
B. Buda, Budapest, Hungary
J.F. Connolly, Castlebar, Ireland
J. Cutcliffe, Tyler, TX, USA
A. Erlangsen, Aarhus, Denmark
E. Etzersdorfer, Vienna, Austria
N.L. Farberow, Los Angeles, CA, USA
D.M. Fergusson, Christchur, New Zealand
R.D. Goldney, Adelaide, Australia
K. Hawton, Oxford, UK
L.M. Hayes, Mansfield, MA, USA
K. van Heeringen, Gent, Belgium
M. Henriksson, Helsinki, Finland
H. Hjelmeland, Trondheim, Norway
G. Jessen, Odense, Denmark
M.M. Khan, Karachi, Pakistan
A.A. Leenaars,Windsor, Canada
D. Lester, Pomona, NJ, USA
M.M. Linehan, Seattle, WA, USA
J.L. McIntosh, South Bend, IN, USA
J.T. Maltsberger, Belmont, MA, USA
J. Mann, New York, NY, USA
M. Marttunen, Helsinki, Finland
K. Michel, Bern, Switzerland
B.L. Mishara, Québec, Montreal, Canada
S. Occhipinti, PhD, Nathan, Australia (Statistical Advisor)
I. Orbach, Ramat-Gan, Israel
J. Pirkis, Melbourne, Australia
A. Roy, Englewood, NJ, USA
L. Schlebusch, Durban, South Africa
M. Silverman, Chicago, IL, USA
D. Wasserman, Stockholm, Sweden
E.J. de Wilde, Rotterdam, Netherlands
J.M.G. Williams, Oxford, UK