IASP Newsletters - October 2000
THE STENGEL RESEARCH AWARD
Members of the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) are invited to nominate suitable persons for the Stengel Research Award. Nominees do not necessarily have to be I.A.S.P. 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, particularly with impact factor.
- 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 further research activity in the field.
- 1977 M. Bolt (Canada)
- 1979 R. Diekstra (The Netherlands)
- 1981 J. Lonnqvist (Finland)
- 1983 J-P Soubrier (France)
- 1985 G. Sonneck (Austria & J. Beskow (Sweden)
- 1987 R. Goldney (Australia) & C. Pfeffer (USA)
- 1989 P. Cosyns (Belgium) & J. Wilmotte (Belgium)
- 1991 D. De Leo (Italy)
- 1993 D. Wasserman (Sweden)
- 1995 K. Hawton (United Kingdom)
- 1997 A. Schmidtke (Germany) A. Roy (United Kingdom)
THE STENGEL RESEARCH AWARD CHAIRPERSON
Prof. Diego De Leo
Australian Institute for Suicide Research & Prevention
Griffith University, Mt. Gravatt Campus
Brisbane, Queensland 4111, Australia
Phone: +61  3875 3377
Fax: +61  3875 3450
Please send your nomination directly to:
Professor Diego De Leo, Chairperson of the Stengel Research Award Committee, and attach a brief summary of why you feel the nominee is deserving.
DEADLINE: 1 FEBRUARY 2001