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Journal of suicidology


Abbreviation: J. Suicidol.

Copyright: Taiwanese Society of Suicidology
Published by: Airiti

Publisher Location: Taipei, Taiwan (Republic of China)

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Range of citations in the SafetyLit database: 2022; 17(1) -- 2023; 18(2)

Publication Date Range: 2022 --

Title began with volume (issue): 17(1)

Number of articles from this journal included in the SafetyLit database: 82
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eISSN = 2790-1645

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Journal Language(s): English, Chinese

Title preceded by: Suicide Prevention Network newsletter

Aims and Scope (from publisher): Suicide is a major health and social issue worldwide. Suicidality is defined as deliberately hurting oneself with an intention to die, which covers a broad range of terms including suicidal ideations, suicide plans, suicide attempts and even completed suicides. A growing number of evidence indicates that suicide is a complex issue involving an integrated process of bio-psycho-social and cultural interaction. Therefore, its prevention and intervention needs to consider multidisciplinary and multidimensional approaches across different timelines. Numerous studies have found that neurobiological factors in concert with psychosocial factors play a crucial role in the development of suicidality.

In order to enhance widely and effectively the communication and collaboration among various professional fields of suicide researches, the Taiwanese Society of Suicidology (TSOS) launches the Journal of Suicidology (JoS) in March, 2022. The JoS is a peer-reviewed open-access journal, published quarterly, and welcomes the submission of articles from multidisciplinary fields of suicidology. The categories of articles published include: editorials, letters to the editor, review articles, original articles, special articles, and case reports.