Publication Venue For

  • Letter to the editor concerning: “Drivers and consequences of self-immolation in parts of Iran, Iraq and Uzbekistan: A systematic review of qualitative evidence”.  46:1707. 2020
  • The COVID-19 pandemic and suicide by self-immolation: Is risk increasing? 2020
  • Psychological needs of the families of patients who attempted suicide by self-immolation: An overlooked issue.  45:1938-1939. 2019
  • Psychiatric needs for self-inflicted burn patients in developing countries: A call for action.  45:1732-1733. 2019
  • Response to Letter to Editor “Some ethical challenges regarding self-immolation”.  42:1153-1154. 2016
  • A model to explain suicide by self-immolation among Iranian women: A grounded theory study.  41:1562-1571. 2015
  • Research priorities for suicide by self-immolation: Beyond quantitative approaches.  39:536. 2013
  • Self-immolation a predictable method of suicide: A comparison study of warning signs for suicide by self-immolation and by self-poisoning.  37:1419-1426. 2011
  • Is self-immolation a distinct method for suicide? A comparison of Iranian patients attempting suicide by self-immolation and by poisoning.  37:159-163. 2011
  • Demographic risk factors of self-immolation: A case-control study.  35:580-586. 2009
  • Response to: “Do more predictors improve mortality risk estimates among burn patients? Comment on McGwin et al.”.  35:305. 2009
  • Classic philosophy lessons and preventing self-inflicted burns: A call for action.  35:154-155. 2009
  • Improving the ability to predict mortality among burn patients.  34:320-327. 2008
  • The descriptive epidemiology of intentional burns in the United States: An analysis of the National Burn Repository.  33:828-832. 2007
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 0305-4179
  • 0959-6526
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1879-1409