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The effectiveness of primary health care and social support services in meeting the needs of Aboriginal people released from the criminal justice system: A systematic literature review for the SPRINT Project

SPRINT Project Team; Lloyd, Jane; Joshi, Chandni; Baldry, Eileen; McEntyre, Elizabeth; Indig, Devon; Harris, Mark; Thiele, Dea; Malera Mandjalan, Kathy; Abbott, Penny; Reath, Jennifer; Sherwood, Juanita


Whilst their need for social support and health interventions is high, Aboriginal people re-entering the community from prison face many barriers in accessing the services required to build lives in the community. This systematic literature review examined the physical, mental health and social support needs of Aboriginal people released from custody and the impact of pre and post release programs on Aboriginal people's access to primary health care once released from custody, and the barriers...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute (APHCRI) (2003-2015)
Date published: 2013
Type: Report (Research)
Access Rights: Open Access


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