One of the aims of WEPHREN is to bring together people from across the world to collaborate on improving health outcomes for people in prison. This page is a place where you can call for collaborators. If you would like to post something on this page, please email wephren@phe.gov.uk 

 

Workshop development for prison staff on health, India

Dr Chatterjee from J.D. Birla Institute/Jadavpur University, India would like to collaborate with others on developing a workshop for prison security/corrections staff on their role in supporting health care and good health in the prison.

Read more here and contact Dr Chatterjee on chatterjee.debolina@gmail.com 

 

Global Research Project on Horticulture and wellbeing, UK and international partners

Do you want to become involved in an exciting new research proposal examining how horticulture programmes impact wellbeing across the globe?

A growing literature demonstrates wide-ranging health-related and societal benefits of contact with nature, alongside strong interest in using horticulture and nature-based interventions in prison settings.

The University of Central Lancashire is looking to recruit international partners from universities and prisons to work on developing a research project with global impact - exploring how horticulture programmes impact on health and wellbeing in different prison contexts.

For more information contact: Dr Michelle Baybutt mbaybutt@uclan.ac.uk and read about her related work here