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  • annnorman Ann Norman July 19, 2017

    https://www.mkupdate.co.uk/shop/books/reference/nursing_in_criminal_justice_services
    Hi everyone. I support nursing staff in places of detention in the U.K. I have co- authored 2 books : 'Prison Nursing ' 2002 Blackwell Publishing and this latest book (link above) . Happy to offer support to any nursing staff working in prisons, police custody or other secure settings. I am the Royal College of Nursing lead for this area of practice and am based in London.

  • sunitasturuptoft Sunita Sturup-Toft July 26, 2017

    Hi Ann, really good to see you on WEPHREN - you're a great asset to our Network. Looking forward to working with you further on professional development for prison nurses.

  • sunitasturuptoft Sunita Sturup-Toft July 26, 2017

    So exciting for us to see so many people registered - don't be shy, come and say hello!

  • akadavid2000 DAVID AKA July 29, 2017

    HI,
    I'am a Researcher in Côte d'Ivoire (West Africa) and my research field is "Paragonimiasis"
    We have found a lot of datas concerning this disease we can share with you.
    We are looking for laboratories which are specialized in genetic for molecular studies on the Parasites we have found in our Country.
    We are also open to establish scientific cooperation

  • akadavid2000 DAVID AKA July 29, 2017

    HI,
    I'am a Researcher in Côte d'Ivoire (West Africa) and my research field is "Paragonimiasis"
    We have found a lot of datas concerning this disease we can share with you.
    We are looking for laboratories which are specialized in genetic for molecular studies on the Parasites we have found in our Country.
    We are also open to establish scientific cooperation

  • emdad91 Syed Emdadul Haque Aug. 1, 2017

    Hi,
    I am a global health researcher working in Bangladesh. We have a NGO here in Bangladesh. So you can do any project with us.
    www.bcdf-bd.org

  • sunitasturuptoft Sunita Sturup-Toft Aug. 2, 2017

    Hello David and Syed,

    Thanks for your messages, great to see the power of the The Global Health Network bringing people together!

  • johnporter1 John Porter Aug. 3, 2017

    My name is John Porter and I am the National Nurse Advisor for the National Prisoner Healthcare Network in Scotland.
    I am delighted to introduce myself and to lend my support to the Wephren virtual group.
    I am the current Chair of the Scottish Coordinating Group (SCG)for the 5 Nations Health and Justice Collaboration.
    The SCG engages with the wider community in Scotland who have an interest in and involvement with Prisoner Healthcare. I represent that National Prisoner Healthcare Network and others in our SCG group represent Health Boards in Scotland, the Scottish Prison Service , Public Health and Scottish Government.
    We believe that Wephren will be an excellent resource that will enable us to share our experience and activity and to gain knowledge from a wider Network of colleagues.

  • sunitasturuptoft Sunita Sturup-Toft Aug. 9, 2017

    Hi John, great to see you here and thanks so much for all your support!

  • etkelly Enda Kelly Aug. 22, 2017

    Glad to finally join up.
    My name is Enda Kelly and I am the National Operational Nurse Manager with the Irish Prison Service. Like John above, I am delighted to lend my support and that of the Irish Prison Service to WEPHREN.
    WEPHREN has the potential to offer all of us ready access to the experiences and work of colleagues across the world, as long as we all contribute on a regular basis.
    For myself, it is really comforting to see what others are experiencing and how they are going about dealing with the many and complex issues that prison health presents. It is also great not to have to reinvent the wheel and access the latest research, to help inform and underpin the future of our services.

  • sunitasturuptoft Sunita Sturup-Toft Sept. 14, 2017

    Hi Enda, thanks for all your support!

    You can see Enda on my September vlog in https://wephren.tghn.org/community/wephren-vlog/

  • globalstopp Stephanie Topp Dec. 14, 2017

    My name is Steph Topp - I am a social scientists / public health academic and over the past 8 years I've been working in the Zambian prison system with the Correctional Services and Ministry of Home Affairs to strengthen prison infectious disease responses and broader prison health / criminal justice governance issues. Part of that has been conducting baseline assessments of prison health systems and access to health services in that system. Looking forward to hearing more about, and learning from, the experiences of others in this complex and multi-faceted domain.

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