When usual care is no care at all: A Canterbury tale of lives turned around

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When usual care is no care at all: A Canterbury tale of lives turned around

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Jill Thomson, Corrections
Corrections’ Jill Thomson says many prisoners’ families have never been connected with a GP

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For the hundreds of Kiwis getting out of jail in any one year, healthcare is a necessity – but not one they usually obtain with ease. Fiona Cassie rep
References

1. Mitchell T, Theadom A, du Preez E. Prevalence of traumatic brain injury in a male adult prison population and its association with the offence type. Neuroepidemiology 2017;48(3-4):164–70.