The Network continues to work closely with staff and external partners to advance research in prisoner and forensic mental health and drive evidence-informed international best practice healthcare for our patient population.
The following groups work in close collaboration to progress priorities outlined in the Network’s internal 2014 - 2017 Research Strategy:
|Research Advisory Committee (RAC)||A subcommittee of the JH&FMHN Board responsible for leading the Network’s research agenda and implementation of the Research Strategy.|
|Research Strategy Team||Operationalises and supports integration of the Network’s Research Strategy across the organisation.|
|Research & Evaluation Service||
|Our staff||Research is conducted by Network staff in a wide variety of settings. Our staff undertake high quality research using a range of methodological paradigms including health prevalence surveys, follow up of cohorts, evaluation of interventions and service models; and trials of novel interventions.|
On the following pages you will find information about:
- Research and Evaluation Service (RES)
- Current research projects
- The Justice Health Human Research Ethics Committee, which reviews, approves and monitors the ethical and scientific aspects of human research.