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Health Promotion for Young Prisoners (HPYP): National Research Report Germany

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WIAD – Scientific Institute of the Medical Association of German Doctors

A combination of qualitative and quantitative methods was applied in the research phase to analyse needs and obstacles in health promotion for young prisoners. The data collection was carried out from April 2011 to August 2011 and a sample of 86 young prisoners for the quanti-tative needs...

Tags: People who are/were in prisons, Youth, Central Europe, Treatment, Harm reduction, Care and support
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Health Promotion for Young Prisoners: RESEARCH REPORT ESTONIA

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Kristina Joost (M.Sc.), Latsin Alijev

In the period of July 2011 – August 2011 NGO Convictus Estonia carried out research to examine existing approaches to health promotion for young prisoners and to explore prisoner’s and prison staff‘s needs.
 

Tags: People who are/were in prisons, Youth, Eastern Europe, Harm reduction, Treatment, Care and support
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Health Promotion for Young Prisoners: Comprehensive literature review

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Dr. Caren Weilandt; Caren Wiegand, M.A.; Prof. Morag MacDonald

Comprehensive literature review

Tags: People who are/were in prisons, Youth, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Harm reduction, Care and support, Treatment
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National Research Report Czech Republic

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Štefunková, M., Grohmannová, K., Burešová, Z., Bayer, M.

The main objective of the research project was to gain a detailed overview of the attitudes and needs of young offenders in order to develop and improve health promotion among vulnerable groups of young people in prison. The first component involved the mapping of attitudes and needs among young...

Tags: People who are/were in prisons, Youth, Eastern Europe, Central Europe, Care and support
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HPYP - Health Promotion for Young Prisoners

The HPYP project carried out a comparative assessment of prison environments hosting juvenile offenders in seven EU Member States and, based on a participatory approach, developed and piloted a toolkit for advancing health provides guidelines to psychologists, facilitators and social workers...

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