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Prison health: what happens inside and outside the walls?

Authors

  • Dr Jake Hard, Chair of the RCGP Secure Environments Group

    Dr Jake Hard

  • Christina Marriott, CEO of Revolving Doors

    Christina Marriott

  • Chantal Edge, Public Health registrar and NIHR research fellow

    Chantal Edge

  • Kate Morrissey, National Implementation Lead for RECONNECT at NHS England and NHS Improvement

    Kate Morrissey

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Does living in prison lead to worse health? And how could prisons be an opportunity to address serious health inequalities? Anna Charles explores the health and wellbeing of people living in prison, their access to health and care services, and what happens on release. She’s joined by Dr Jake Hard, Chair of the RCGP Secure Environments Group, Christina Marriott, CEO of Revolving Doors, Chantal Edge, Public Health registrar and NIHR research fellow, and Kate Morrissey, National Implementation Lead for RECONNECT at NHS England and NHS Improvement.

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