Justice Health Research Program

Projects

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Broome to Berrima: building capacity Australian wide in Indigenous offender health research.

Project Status: Ongoing
This project sees indigenous and non-Indigenous academics from Western Australia, the ACT, New South Wales and Victoria develop offender health...
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Does traumatic brain injury lead to offending behaviour?

Project Status: Ongoing
Data-linkage study of exposure to traumatic brain injury (TBI) and subsequent offending behaviour
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Hepatitis C, Prisons, and Treatment Opportunities (HePATO)

Project Status: Ongoing
(1)   Qualitative research on the social and cultural aspects of hepatitis C and hepatitis C treatment among prisoners with hepatitis C exploring the...
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National Prison Entrants Bloodborne Virus & Risk Behaviour Survey

Project Status: Ongoing
Prisoners are at an extreme risk of contracting bloodborne viruses due to engagement in risk behaviours that can result in exposure to HIV, hepatitis...
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Reducing impulsivity in repeat violent offender using a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI)

Project Status: Ongoing
Randomised control trial of an intervention to reduce impulsivity in those with histories of violence and repeated contact with the criminal justice...
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Social and Cultural Resilience and Emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal Mothers in prison (SCREAM)

Project Status: Ongoing
SCREAM is a NHMRC funded project with a New South Wales and Western Australia hub. The project is led by the National Perinatal Epidemiology and...
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