Qijin Cheng
Qijin Cheng
Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work, the Chinese University of Hong Kong
Verified email at cuhk.edu.hk
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Changes in suicide rates following media reports on celebrity suicide: a meta-analysis
T Niederkrotenthaler, K Fu, PSF Yip, DYT Fong, S Stack, Q Cheng, ...
Journal of epidemiology and community health 66 (11), 1037-1042, 2012
2272012
Suicide contagion: A systematic review of definitions and research utility
Q Cheng, H Li, V Silenzio, ED Caine
PloS one 9 (9), e108724, 2014
882014
Assessing Suicide Risk and Emotional Distress in Chinese Social Media: A Text Mining and Machine Learning Study
Q Cheng, TMH Li, CL Kwok, T Zhu, PSF Yip
Journal of Medical Internet Research 19 (7), e243, 2017
732017
Responses to a self-presented suicide attempt in social media: A social network analysis.
K Fu, Q Cheng, PWC Wong, PSF Yip
Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention 34 (6), 406, 2013
632013
Identifying Chinese Microblog Users With High Suicide Probability Using Internet-Based Profile and Linguistic Features: Classification Model
L Guan, B Hao, Q Cheng, PSF Yip, T Zhu
JMIR Mental Health 2 (2), e17, 2015
522015
The Foxconn suicides and their media prominence: is the Werther Effect applicable in China?
Q Cheng, F Chen, PSF Yip
BMC public health 11 (1), 841, 2011
372011
Association between suicide reporting in the media and suicide: systematic review and meta-analysis
T Niederkrotenthaler, M Braun, J Pirkis, B Till, S Stack, M Sinyor, US Tran, ...
BMJ 368, 2020
362020
Suicide Communication on Social Media and Its Psychological Mechanisms: An Examination of Chinese Microblog Users
Q Cheng, CL Kwok, T Zhu, L Guan, PSF Yip
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 12 (9 …, 2015
292015
The association of trends in charcoal-burning suicide with Google search and newspaper reporting in Taiwan: a time series analysis
SS Chang, SSM Kwok, Q Cheng, PSF Yip, YY Chen
Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology 50 (9), 1451-1461, 2015
282015
Why do we report suicides and how can we facilitate suicide prevention efforts? Perspectives of Hong Kong media professionals.
Q Cheng, K Fu, E Caine, PSF Yip
Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention 35 (2), 74, 2014
262014
Why do we report suicides and how can we facilitate suicide prevention efforts? Perspectives of Hong Kong media professionals.
Q Cheng, K Fu, E Caine, PSF Yip
Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention 35 (2), 74, 2014
262014
Suicide by gassing in Hong Kong 2005–2013: Emerging trends and characteristics of suicide by helium inhalation
SS Chang, Q Cheng, EST Lee, PSF Yip
Journal of affective disorders 192, 162-166, 2016
252016
Suicide news reporting accuracy and stereotyping in Hong Kong
Q Cheng, PSF Yip
Journal of affective disorders 141 (2), 270-275, 2012
232012
A comparative study of online suicide-related information in Chinese and English.
Q Cheng, KW Fu, PS Yip
The Journal of clinical psychiatry 72 (3), 313-319, 2011
232011
Designing Microblog Direct Messages to Engage Social Media Users With Suicide Ideation: Interview and Survey Study on Weibo
Z Tan, X Liu, X Liu, Q Cheng, T Zhu
Journal of Medical Internet Research 19 (12), e381, 2017
202017
Opportunities and challenges of online data collection for suicide prevention
Q Cheng, SS Chang, PSF Yip
The Lancet 379 (9830), e53-e54, 2012
202012
The role of media in preventing student suicides: a Hong Kong experience
Q Cheng, F Chen, E Lee, PSF Yip
Journal of Affective Disorders, 2017
192017
Engagement of vulnerable youths using internet platforms
M Chan, TMH Li, YW Law, PWC Wong, M Chau, C Cheng, KW Fu, ...
PLoS one 12 (12), e0189023, 2017
162017
Media effects on suicide methods: A case study on Hong Kong 1998-2005
Q Cheng, F Chen, PSF Yip
PLoS One 12 (4), e0175580, 2017
142017
Information Accessibility of the Charcoal Burning Suicide Method in Mainland China
Q Cheng, SS Chang, Y Guo, PSF Yip
PloS one 10 (10), e0140686, 2015
142015
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