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    Socio-Psychological Factors of Rising Trend of Suicidal Ideation among Indigenous Workforce: Evidence from Himalayan Range

    Zia Ullah1, Esra AlDhaen2, Fatema Saleh AlDhaen2, Bee-Lia Chua3, Heesup Han4,*

    International Journal of Mental Health Promotion, Vol.25, No.12, pp. 1245-1256, 2023, DOI:10.32604/ijmhp.2023.030577

    Abstract Apart from socio-economic disparities, indigenous people of the Himalayan range in Asia face an increasing trend of suicides. The tragic suicidal events usually go unaddressed, and no strategies are presently in place to mitigate suicides in the future. This study aims to explain the prevailing causes of suicidal ideation to come up with some policy recommendations. Through a preliminary survey, we identified social stigma, social isolation, lack of healthcare facilities, and domestic violence as the potential reasons for suicidal ideation. We identified individuals with suicide ideation for further data collection to test the relationships between… More >

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    Moderating Mechanism in the Relationship between Social Isolation and Mental Health among College Students during High-Risk Period of COVID-19 Transmission in Hubei, China

    Dong Yang1, Chia Ching Tu1, Zhengyan Guo2, Xiao Dai1, Chia Feng Tu3,*

    International Journal of Mental Health Promotion, Vol.25, No.2, pp. 193-206, 2023, DOI:10.32604/ijmhp.2022.022130

    Abstract This study explored the effect of perceived social isolation on the mental health of college students during the high-risk period of COVID-19 transmission in Hubei, China and the role of social support from online friends in alleviating this effect. The questionnaire responses of 213 college students from four universities in Hubei were included. Measurement and structural models were constructed using structural equation modeling. The findings revealed that perceived social isolation while under home quarantine was a negative predictor of the mental health of college students in Hubei. Low social support from online friends may lead More >

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