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The Resource You do the crime, you do the time : best practice model of holistic health service delivery for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander inmates of the ACT prison, Nerelle Poroch with support from Julie Tongs...et al

You do the crime, you do the time : best practice model of holistic health service delivery for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander inmates of the ACT prison, Nerelle Poroch with support from Julie Tongs...et al

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You do the crime, you do the time : best practice model of holistic health service delivery for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander inmates of the ACT prison
Title
You do the crime, you do the time
Title remainder
best practice model of holistic health service delivery for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander inmates of the ACT prison
Statement of responsibility
Nerelle Poroch with support from Julie Tongs...et al
Title variation
Winnunga prison health report 2007
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Presents results of study of Indigenous prison health care model, the Holistic Health Care Prison Model, at the ACT Alexander Maconochie Centre
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Poroch, Nerelle
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no index present
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non fiction
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Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health Service
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  • Alexander Maconochie Centre
  • Prisoners, Aboriginal Australian
  • Prisoners, Aboriginal Australian
Label
You do the crime, you do the time : best practice model of holistic health service delivery for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander inmates of the ACT prison, Nerelle Poroch with support from Julie Tongs...et al
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "June 2007"
  • "With support from Julie Tongs, Peter Sharp, Mick Dodson, Steve Larkin, Katja Mikhailovich, Jodie Fisher, Ray Lovett, Kerry Arabena, John Van den Dungen, Jilpia Nappaljari Jones, Leila Smith, Jo Victoria and Graham Henderson"
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 213-230
Contents
Ch. 1: Introduction: Background; Contribution to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander prison health; Study overview -- Ch. 2: Theoretical framework: Background - the study's theoretical framework; Human rights and treatment of prisoners; Organizational communication; Social work (holistic care) theory - human rights and social justice, support organizatios; Power and control in the prison system -- Ch. 3: Model of Aboriginal health: Background - Aboriginal concept of holistic health; Model of Aboriginal health for the South East region of New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory -- Ch. 4: The study methodology: Background - methods; Ethics; Co-researchers; Literature review; Interviews; Interview instrument; Focus group; Sampling; Analysis; Capacity building and team approach to the study; Limitations of the study -- Ch.5: A national view of Aboriginal health and wellbeing: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population; The Alexander Maconochie Centre; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing -- Ch. 6: A national view of Aboriginal prisoner health and wellbeing: Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody; Criminal justice system; Custodial demography - a national picture of Indigenous persons in prison on the night of 30 June 2005; Custodial demography - a national picture of Indigenous persons in prison for the March 2006 quarter; Nature of Aboriginal crime; Type of intervention; Aboriginal prisoner health; Aboriginal prisoner health - females; Custodial mortality; Custodial morbidity; Recognizing and redressing custodial risk factors -- Ch. 7: Australian and overseas perspectives of Aboriginal prison health: Aboriginal medical services in prisons; Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Prison Health Service case study; Other Aborignal health services prison health work; Interrelated problems arising in prison; Prison mental health - Australian perspectives; Prison mental health - overseas perspectives; Substance misuse - Australian perspectives; HIV education in Australian prisons; Condom provision; Bleach programs in Australian prisons; Methadone maintenance treatment in Australian prisons; Substance misuse - overseas perspectives; Women prisoners' health - Australian perspectives; Women prisoners' health - overseas perspectives -- Ch. 8: Aboriginal male ex-prisoners' perspectives of prison health: Personal accounts of incarceration - male ex-prisoners' perspectives; Prison health care - male ex-prisoners' perspectives; Mental health and incarceration; Mental health and coping with incarceration; Mental health and corrective services' culture; Drug use in prison; Perspectives of prison health services for the ACT Prison -- Ch. 9: Aboriginal female ex-prisoners' perspectives of prison health: Personal accounts of incarceration - female ex-prisoners' perspectives; Prison health care - female ex-prisoners' perspectives; Mental health and coping with incarceration; Mental health and corrective services culture; Drug use in prison; Perspectives of prison health services for the ACT Prison; Aboriginal culture in prison -- Ch.10: Aboriginal family perspectives of prison health: family member accounts of prison health; family member accounts - relatives of ex-prisoner respondents; Family member accounts - not related to ex-prisoner respondents; Perspectives of prison health services for the ACT Prison -- Ch. 11: Aboriginal ex-prisoner and family perspectives of support on release -- Ch. 12: Supporting organizations' perspectives of Aboriginal prison health -- Ch. 13: Findings and recommendations: Winnunga holistic health care model; Pt 1: Incarceration - Winnunga holistic health care prison model; part 2: Release from prison - Winnunga holistic health care prison model -- Pt 3: Managing the cycle of incarceration - Winnunga holistic health care prison model -- Recommendation 2 - Communication strategies -- Recommendatiob 3: Monitoring and evaluating the Winnunga Holistic Health Care Prison Model
Dimensions
27 cm.
Extent
xxviii, 259 pages
Governing access note
AIATSIS Rare Book and Research Collection materials are stored offsite and require a minimum of two business days advance notice for bookings. Access conditions for some items may be restricted due to their cultural content, rarity, value or physical condition.
Isbn
9780980394504
Other physical details
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Label
You do the crime, you do the time : best practice model of holistic health service delivery for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander inmates of the ACT prison, Nerelle Poroch with support from Julie Tongs...et al
Publication
Note
  • "June 2007"
  • "With support from Julie Tongs, Peter Sharp, Mick Dodson, Steve Larkin, Katja Mikhailovich, Jodie Fisher, Ray Lovett, Kerry Arabena, John Van den Dungen, Jilpia Nappaljari Jones, Leila Smith, Jo Victoria and Graham Henderson"
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 213-230
Contents
Ch. 1: Introduction: Background; Contribution to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander prison health; Study overview -- Ch. 2: Theoretical framework: Background - the study's theoretical framework; Human rights and treatment of prisoners; Organizational communication; Social work (holistic care) theory - human rights and social justice, support organizatios; Power and control in the prison system -- Ch. 3: Model of Aboriginal health: Background - Aboriginal concept of holistic health; Model of Aboriginal health for the South East region of New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory -- Ch. 4: The study methodology: Background - methods; Ethics; Co-researchers; Literature review; Interviews; Interview instrument; Focus group; Sampling; Analysis; Capacity building and team approach to the study; Limitations of the study -- Ch.5: A national view of Aboriginal health and wellbeing: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population; The Alexander Maconochie Centre; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing -- Ch. 6: A national view of Aboriginal prisoner health and wellbeing: Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody; Criminal justice system; Custodial demography - a national picture of Indigenous persons in prison on the night of 30 June 2005; Custodial demography - a national picture of Indigenous persons in prison for the March 2006 quarter; Nature of Aboriginal crime; Type of intervention; Aboriginal prisoner health; Aboriginal prisoner health - females; Custodial mortality; Custodial morbidity; Recognizing and redressing custodial risk factors -- Ch. 7: Australian and overseas perspectives of Aboriginal prison health: Aboriginal medical services in prisons; Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Prison Health Service case study; Other Aborignal health services prison health work; Interrelated problems arising in prison; Prison mental health - Australian perspectives; Prison mental health - overseas perspectives; Substance misuse - Australian perspectives; HIV education in Australian prisons; Condom provision; Bleach programs in Australian prisons; Methadone maintenance treatment in Australian prisons; Substance misuse - overseas perspectives; Women prisoners' health - Australian perspectives; Women prisoners' health - overseas perspectives -- Ch. 8: Aboriginal male ex-prisoners' perspectives of prison health: Personal accounts of incarceration - male ex-prisoners' perspectives; Prison health care - male ex-prisoners' perspectives; Mental health and incarceration; Mental health and coping with incarceration; Mental health and corrective services' culture; Drug use in prison; Perspectives of prison health services for the ACT Prison -- Ch. 9: Aboriginal female ex-prisoners' perspectives of prison health: Personal accounts of incarceration - female ex-prisoners' perspectives; Prison health care - female ex-prisoners' perspectives; Mental health and coping with incarceration; Mental health and corrective services culture; Drug use in prison; Perspectives of prison health services for the ACT Prison; Aboriginal culture in prison -- Ch.10: Aboriginal family perspectives of prison health: family member accounts of prison health; family member accounts - relatives of ex-prisoner respondents; Family member accounts - not related to ex-prisoner respondents; Perspectives of prison health services for the ACT Prison -- Ch. 11: Aboriginal ex-prisoner and family perspectives of support on release -- Ch. 12: Supporting organizations' perspectives of Aboriginal prison health -- Ch. 13: Findings and recommendations: Winnunga holistic health care model; Pt 1: Incarceration - Winnunga holistic health care prison model; part 2: Release from prison - Winnunga holistic health care prison model -- Pt 3: Managing the cycle of incarceration - Winnunga holistic health care prison model -- Recommendation 2 - Communication strategies -- Recommendatiob 3: Monitoring and evaluating the Winnunga Holistic Health Care Prison Model
Dimensions
27 cm.
Extent
xxviii, 259 pages
Governing access note
AIATSIS Rare Book and Research Collection materials are stored offsite and require a minimum of two business days advance notice for bookings. Access conditions for some items may be restricted due to their cultural content, rarity, value or physical condition.
Isbn
9780980394504
Other physical details
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