Date of Publication

1-23-2013

Abstract

Introduction. Higher rates of recidivism have been observed in offenders with specific health risks. Criminal justice literature identifies probation/parole as an ideal time to im-plement health interventions to reduce recidivism, but significant barriers exist

Advisor(s)

Herb Sinkinson, Burlington Probation and Parole

Jill K. Jemison, University of Vermont College of Medicine

Agency

Burlington Probation and Parole

Subjects

Access to Health Services, Educational and Community-Based Programs, Family Planning, Health Communication and Health Information Technology, Mental Health and Mental Disorders, Nutrition and Weight Status, Public Health Infrastructure, Social Determinants of Health, Substance Abuse, Tobacco Use, Health-Related Quality of Life & Well-Being

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