Welcome to The Worldwide Prison Health Research & Engagement Network (WEPHREN), an open access collaborative forum for everyone interested in prison health globally, aiming to improve the health of people in prison through the equitable development of the evidence base and through capacity building initiatives for health.
The work of WEPHREN is guided by a Steering Committee made up from members of the WHO Health in Prisons Programme Steering Group and other experts in the field who meet once a quarter to review the delivery plan for WEPHREN and provide advice and support to the WHO UK Collaborating Centre in delivering the objectives. Find out more here.
The Trends and Developments report presents a top-level overview of the drug phenomenon in Europe, covering drug supply, use and public health problems as well as drug policy and responses. Together ...
Please click on the link for information on two opportunities for PhD scholarships related to prison health at the University of New South Wales, Australia - understanding mortality inequality among prisoners and a second study of sexual health attitudes of ... Read more
The NIHR Global Health Policy and Systems Research (Global HPSR) programme is partnering UK researchers with low and middle-income countries (LIMCs) to support research in global health policy and systems research. Funding opportunities are available between June 2019 and September ... Read more