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How do people in prison access palliative care? A scoping review of models of palliative care delivery for prisoners in high-income countries (2024)
Journal Article
Gilbert, E., de Viggiani, N., de Sousa Martins, J., Palit, T., Sears, J., Knights, D., …Selman, L. (in press). How do people in prison access palliative care? A scoping review of models of palliative care delivery for prisoners in high-income countries. Palliative Medicine,

Background: An ageing prison population with complex health needs combined with punitive sentencing practices means palliative care for incarcerated individuals is increasingly important. However, there is limited evidence regarding the models of car... Read More about How do people in prison access palliative care? A scoping review of models of palliative care delivery for prisoners in high-income countries.

What are the factors of parental incarceration that may increase risk of poor emotional and mental health in children of prisoners? (2023)
Journal Article
Matthew, T., de Viggiani, N., & Emma, P. (2023). What are the factors of parental incarceration that may increase risk of poor emotional and mental health in children of prisoners?. International Journal of Prisoner Health, 19(4), 724-742. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJPH-05-2022-0031

Purpose: Globally millions of children have a parent who is imprisoned. Research suggests that this has an adverse impact on the child and imprisonment of a parent is considered to be an adverse childhood experience (ACE). Parental incarceration will... Read More about What are the factors of parental incarceration that may increase risk of poor emotional and mental health in children of prisoners?.

Drug education as diversion: A mixed methods evaluation of the Avon & Somerset drug education programme (2022)
Report
de Viggiani, N. (2022). Drug education as diversion: A mixed methods evaluation of the Avon & Somerset drug education programme. University of the West of England, Bristol: Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner

This evaluation was undertaken on behalf of the Office of the Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner to evaluate Avon and Somerset Constabulary’s Drug Education Programme (DEP). The DEP is an education programme that has operated in South We... Read More about Drug education as diversion: A mixed methods evaluation of the Avon & Somerset drug education programme.

Salutogenesis in Prison (2022)
Book Chapter
Woodall, J., De Viggiani, N., & South, J. (2022). Salutogenesis in Prison. In The Handbook of Salutogenesis (553-561). (2nd). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-79515-3_51

This chapter concludes Part VII, with a focus on salutogenesis in prisons. In this chapter, the authors present and debate how prison health rhetoric, policy and practice are influenced by a pathogenic view of prisoner “health.” The authors comment t... Read More about Salutogenesis in Prison.

Research Methods for Public Health
Book
McClean, S., Bray, I., de Viggiani, N., Bird, E., & Pilkington, P. (2019). Research Methods for Public Health. London: SAGE Publication

Public health research has undoubtedly played a key role in advancing people’s health and wellbeing. Recent successes in public health research are evident in celebrated achievements in health improvement and health protection, including advances in... Read More about Research Methods for Public Health.