Los Premios del IASP
El Premio Stengel para la investigación
|1979||R Diekstra||The Netherlands|
|1981||J P Soubrier||France|
|1985||G Sonneck/J Beskow||Austria/Sweden|
|1987||R Goldney/C Pfeffer||Australia/USA|
|1989||P Cosyns/J Wilmotte||Belgium|
|1991||D De Leo||Italy|
|1995||K Hawton||United Kingdom|
|2005||K van Heeringen||Belgium|
The Stengel Research Award has been provided since 1977 and is named in honour of the late Professor Erwin Stengel, one of the founders of the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP). This award is for outstanding research in the field of suicidology, and nominations can be made by any member of IASP.
IASP members are invited to nominate suitable persons for the Stengel Research Award. Nominees do not necessarily have to be IASP members. The criteria for selection are:
- outstanding and active researcher with at least 10 years of scientific activity in the field, as evidenced by a number of publications in internationally-acknowledged journals.
- national leadership in the area.
- suicidology is main (focal) area of interest/work.
- author/co-author of at least one international book.
- reasonable expectation (outline to be submitted) of futher research activity in the field.
Stengel Research Award (pdf)
El Premio Ringel
|1995||Zhai Shu Tao||P.R.China|
|2007||L Ratnayeke||Sri Lanka|
The Ringel Service Award was instituted in 1995 and honours the late Professor Erwin Ringel, the founding President of the Association. This award is for distinguished service in the field of suicidology, and nominations can be made by National Representatives of IASP.
National Representatives of IASP are invited to nominate suitable persons to recieve the Ringel Service Award. Nominees do not necessarily have to be IASP members. The criteria for selection are:
- actively involved in the practice of suicide prevention and crisis intervention and its dissemination.
- acknowledged as a national initator or leader in the field.
- suicide prevention and/or crisis intervention should be the main portion of his/her work.
Ringel Service Award (pdf)
El Premio Farberow
|1999||K Dunne Maxim/E A Dunne||USA|
|2003||G H and E Weyrauch||USA|
The Farberow Award was introduced in 1997 in recognition of Professor Norman Farberow, a founding member and driving force behind the IASP. This award is for a person who has contributed significantly in the field of work with survivors of suicide, and nominations can be made by any IASP member
Members are invited to nominate suitable persons for the Farberow Award. It is for the person who in the view of the award committee has contibuted significantly in the field of work with suicide survivors. Nominees do not necessarily have to be IASP members. The criteria for selection are:
- has been actively involved in the establishment and operation of bereaved through suicide/survivor programs.
- has demonstrated national leadership in the area
- has contributed to the research and evaluation of such programs.
- will continue to involve themselves in this important area of work.
Farberow Award (pdf)
De Leo Fund Award
The De Leo Fund Award honours the memory of Nicola and Vittorio, the beloved children of Professor Diego De Leo, IASP Past President.
The Award is offered to distinguished scholars in recognition of their outstanding research on suicidal behaviours carried out in developing countries.
Members of the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) are invited to nominate suitable persons for the De Leo Fund Award. It is for the person who in the view of the award committee has contributed significantly to developing suicide research in a developing country.
Nominees do not necessarily have to be IASP members.
TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE DE LEO FUND AWARD, CANDIDATES SHOULD DEMONSTRATE THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA:
- Be born in a developing country;
- Have performed their research in a developing country;
- Be a young/mid career researcher (no more than 20 years from graduation), with a prevailing interest in research in the field of suicide;
- Be able to demonstrate, through publications in internationally indexed journals, their competence in the field of suicide;
- Not to be a current nominee for any other IASP Award.
DE LEO FUND AWARD CHAIRPERSON:
Prof. Diego De Leo, Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention, Griffith University,
176 Messines Ridge Rd, Mt. Gravatt Campus
Mt Gravatt QLD 4122, Australia
Phone: + 61 7 3735 3377 / Fax: + 61 7 3735 3450
E- mail: D.DeLeo@griffith.edu.au
De Leo Fund Award (pdf)