Issue 1 2021 Therapeutic Regimes in Prisons
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Issue 1 2017 Translating research into policy to advance correctional health
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The purpose of this paper is to give an overview of management of the COVID-19 epidemic in a French immigration detention center.
Emerging issues related to the management of patients in custody during the COVID-19 outbreak in FranceLaurène Dufayet, Cyrus Macaigne, Nicolas Soussy, Elizabeth Alcaraz, Charlotte Gorgiard
This paper aims to give an overview of emerging issues relating to the management of patients in custody during the COVID-19 outbreak in France.
This paper aims to provide an overview of the Italian Ministry of Justice response to COVID-19 in Italian prisons, with particular focus on the conditions of super-maximum…
In this paper, the authors present insights and findings drawn from the authors’ experiences of containing a severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2…
Recovery support specialists inside the jail: a program description of treatment engagement for opioid use disorderMatthew Martin, Megan A. Phillips, Mary Saxon, Kailey Love, Laurie Cessna, Deborah L. Woodard, Mary Page, Kenneth Curry, Alyssa Paone, Bobbie Pennington-Stallcup, William Riley
People living with opioid use disorder (OUD) disproportionately encounter the criminal justice system. Although incarcerated individuals with OUD face higher risk for…
The purpose of this study was to capture the experience of people after completing their period of COVID-19 14-day isolation in prison. This study used in-depth interviews…
The purpose of this commentary is to draw upon available literature and practices related to COVID-19 and management of older incarcerated adults in Australia to highlight…
The “double punishment” of transgender prisoners: a human rights-based commentary on placement and conditions of detentionMarie-Claire Van Hout, Des Crowley
The incarceration of transgender people is described as a “double punishment” based on lack of gender recognition and ability to gender affirm, and with their experiences…
This study aims to examine steps taken by correctional staff to prevent COVID-19 from spreading through correctional facilities and explores strategies used by…
The outbreak of the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 virus and subsequent COVID-19 illness has had a major impact on all levels of society internationally…
This paper aims to explain the phenomenon of low incidence of COVID-19 in Polish prisons. This paper addresses three questions: was the Polish prison system ready to…
Mental health interventions for Italian prisoners with mental disorders remain a problematic issue, despite radical changes in general psychiatric care and a 2008 major…
Engaged scholarship at the Brown University School of Public Health: designing education for better prisoner and community healthAlexandria Macmadu, Lauren Brinkley-Rubinstein, Ian Gonsher, Jennifer G. Clarke, Bradley W. Brockmann
The purpose of this paper is to describe the course, “Designing Education for Better Prisoner and Community Health,” which provided students with the knowledge, skills and…
Analysing the views of people in custody about the management of the COVID-19 pandemic in the Scottish Prison EstateMatthew Maycock, Graeme Dickson
The purpose of this paper is to foreground and analyse the views of people in custody about the management of the COVID-19 pandemic within the Scottish Prison Estate. The…
Currently, people leaving prisons face concurrent risks from the COVID-19 pandemic and the overdose public health emergency. The closure or reduction of community services…
This paper aims to examine the relationship between patterns of functioning in four domains (attention and concentration; social and communication; coordination and…
This study aims to examine sociodemographic characteristics, levels and patterns of mortality experiences amongst Indian prisoners over the past two decades (1998–2018).
A randomised controlled trial of motivational interview for relapse prevention after release from smoke-free prisons in AustraliaXingzhong Jin, Stuart Alistair Kinner, Robyn Hopkins, Emily Stockings, Ryan James Courtney, Anthony Shakeshaft, Dennis Petrie, Timothy Dobbins, Cheneal Puljevic, Shuai Chang, Kate Dolan
This paper aims to determine whether a single session of a motivational interview (MI) reduces smoking relapse amongst people released from smoke-free prisons.
Invisible women: correctional facilities for women across Canada and proximity to maternity servicesMartha Jane Paynter, M. Leslie Bagg, Clare Heggie
This paper aims to describe the process to create an inventory of the facilities in Canada designated to incarcerate women and girls, health service responsibility by…
Multiple burdens of stigma for prisoners participating in opioid antagonist treatment (OAT) programmes in Indonesian prisons: a qualitative studyRita Komalasari, Sarah Wilson, Sudirman Nasir, Sally Haw
In spite of the effectiveness of opioid antagonist treatment (OAT) in reducing injecting drug use and needle sharing, programmes in prison continue to be largely…
Weight gain and chronic disease progression among individuals incarcerated in Canadian federal penitentiaries: a retrospective cohort studyClaire Johnson, Iva Bien-Aimé, Lise Dubois
Very little is known about how weight gain during incarceration influences the health of people living in Canadian federal penitentiaries. To fill this knowledge gap, this…
Provision of health care for prisoners during the COVID-19 pandemic: an ethical analysis of challenges and summary of select best practicesAndrea Berkemeier Brelje, Debra A. Pinals
This paper aims to analyze the COVID-19 pandemic response in prisons, focusing on the USA, which imprisons a higher percentage of its population than any other country in…
Adverse childhood experiences in relation to drug and alcohol use in 30 days prior to incarceration in a county jailEmery R. Eaves, Ricky L. Camplain, Monica R. Lininger, Robert T. Trotter II
The purpose of this paper is to characterize the relationship between adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and substance use among people incarcerated in a county jail.
The purpose of this study is to collect the first empirical data on the cognitive state of elderly prisoners in Germany and to examine associations between cognitive…
Effect of group-based logotherapy on imprisoned women’s level of hope: a randomized controlled trial (RCT)Zakiye Ghelbash, Shahrzad Yektatalab, Marzieh Momennasab, Zohre Foruhi
Female prisoners are a vulnerable group in society, often exposed to emotional deprivation and violent experiences and in need of support and attention due to mental…
Exploration of older prisoner’s social needs, who attended one of two prison initiatives for older people: an inductive phenomenological studyJoanne Brooke, Monika Rybacka
The purpose of this study was to explore the social needs and experiences of older prisoners who were attending one of two social initiatives in a prison in England.
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