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By Andria B. Eisman, Justin Heinze, Amy M. Kilbourne, Susan Franzen, Christopher Melde and Edmund McGarrell
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By Virginia Pendleton, Jennifer B. Saunders and Rebecca Shlafer
- Adverse childhood experiences: a retrospective study to understand their associations with lifetime mental health diagnosis, self-harm or suicide attempt, and current low mental wellbeing in a male Welsh prison population
By Kat Ford, Mark A. Bellis, Karen Hughes, Emma R. Barton and Annemarie Newbury
- Koori voices: self-harm, suicide attempts, arrests and substance use among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adolescents following residential treatment
By S. Nathan, K. Maru, M. Williams, K. Palmer and P. Rawstorne
- A call to protect patients, correctional staff and healthcare professionals in jails and prisons during the COVID-19 pandemic
By Oluwadamilola T. Oladeru, Nguyen-Toan Tran, Tala Al-Rousan, Brie Williams and Nickolas Zaller
Featured: Top 5 articles published by Health & Justice in 2020
The Editors of Health & Justice are seeking submissions for a special issue of the journal exploring the board range of issues of women involved in the justice system, whether incarcerated or in the community.
Edited by Tomer Einat, Department of Criminology, Bar Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel.
This series of articles explores the transformative processes and findings from current efforts to positively alter the prison environment. Articles are welcome from a broad range of perspectives, including but not limited to: the process and methods used for cultural change, the vision for the prison environment, evaluation findings, and the experiences of correctional staff, administrators, and those incarcerated.
Edited by Kevin Wright, Stephanie Morse & Madison Sutton, Arizona State University
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Health & Justice has published a number of thematic series including:
Complex needs in justice-involved populations by S Kinner
Justice-Involved Women by D Morse
Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies by L Gideon
Aims and scope
Health & Justice presents original experimental research on the area of health and well-being of people involved in the adult or juvenile justice system, including people who work in it. Through meta-analyses and systematic reviews about topics at the intersection of public health and criminal justice, the journal fills a gap in the literature presenting protocols and clinical practice guidelines and encouraging translational science, exploring possible ways of introducing innovations in the justice system.
The journal is open to submissions from public health, criminology and criminal justice, medical science, psychology, sociology, neuroscience, anthropology and the social sciences, and covers a broad array of research types.
Health & Justice aims for a broad reach, including researchers across many disciplines as well as justice practitioners, such as judges, prosecutors, defenders, probation officers, treatment providers, mental health and medical personnel working with justice-involved individuals.
Annual Journal Metrics
83 days to first decision for reviewed manuscripts only
63 days to first decision for all manuscripts
156 days from submission to acceptance
28 days from acceptance to publication
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- ISSN: 2194-7899 (electronic)