Wow, just got this email from the Editorial Board of STM Journals. I’ve linked the article I published on suicide in case it may help others along their journey and/or preventative/intervention efforts:
“Dear Elicia M. Nademin,
As part of International Open Access Week 2022, we would like to celebrate the contribution you have made to open science.
At Elsevier, we believe that open science has the power to drive societal progress and advance the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Making knowledge freely accessible to anyone, anywhere can play a fundamental role in achieving a sustainable and equitable future.
Between 2019–2021, you published an open access article with Elsevier, receiving a total of 891 downloads. Your article was linked to the UN SDGs, helping to tackle some of the world’s greatest challenges.
Your top downloaded open access article linked to the SDGs was:
Interpersonal precipitants are associated with suicide intent communication among United States Air Force suicide decedents 891 Downloads
SDG 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages”
Article linked below:
Interpersonal precipitants are associated with suicide intent communication among United States Air Force suicide decedents – ScienceDirect
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