Australian prisons are organised around eight state and territory jurisdictions, and a number of private prison operators. A broad range of structures have evolved over 200 years around correctional management in Australia, including the arrangements for the provision of prisoner health. This paper highlights a large number of issues to argue the complex interactions between prisoner health and “public health.” The Australian context provides the backdrop for this discussion.
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