Diagnosis of health conditions from administrative data
This project will evaluate the validity of diagnosing health conditions for research purposes using administrative data, such as from medical records and other sources.
YSAS public health industry partnership project
In collaboration with YSAS, this project develops rigorous, translational research to improve the lives of marginalised young people.
Health After Release from Prison (HARP) cohort study
The HARP study is the world’s largest prospective cohort study of adults released from prison.
The national youth justice data linkage project
This will be the first ever project to rigorously and comprehensively characterise health service use and mortality outcomes for young people in contact with the youth justice system.
Staying Quit After Release (SQuARe) Trial
The SQuARe trial is an RCT of an intervention designed to maintain abstinence from smoking after release from prison.
Mortality after Release from Incarceration Consortium (MARIC) Study
This study is an international consortium of 28 longitudinal studies which have examined mortality in people after release from prison.
Deaths in young people involved in the youth justice system (YJ-Mort) study
This study aims to improve the understanding of preventable death in young people who come into contact with the youth justice system.
Evaluation of embedding a community health nurse in a transitional support service
This evaluation will assess the effectiveness of embedding a nurse in a transitional support service for people released from prison.
Global prison and youth detention health survey project
This project aims to generate comparable data on prison health systems and services globally.