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Sexual health and attitudes of Australian prisoners

 

Overview

The Sexual health and attitudes of Australian prisoners project ran from 2005 to 2008. The project, involving the University of New South Wales' School of Public Health and Community Medicine, aimed to:

University of New South Wales abstract

Contacts

Lead Investigators
Tony Butler
Email: t.butler@curtin.edu.au
Juliet Richters
Email: j.richters@unsw.edu.au

School of Public Health
and Community Medicine
Faculty of Medicine
UNSW Sydney 2052
Ph: (02) 9385 2517
Fax: (02) 9313 6185
Email: sphcm@unsw.edu.au

Related publications

Malacova E, Butler T, Richters J, Yap L, Grant L, Richards A, Smith AMA, Donovan B (2011)

Attitudes towards sex: a comparison of prisoners and the general community.

Sexual Health; 8(3): 355-362

Richters J, Butler T, Schneider K, Yap L, Kirkwood K, Grant L, Richards A, Smith AMA, Donovan B (2009)

Consensual sex between men and sexual violence in Australian prisons.

Archives of Sexual Behaviour; 41(2): 517-524

Yap L, Butler T, Richters J, Kirkwood K, Grant L, Saxby M, Ropp F, Donovan B (2007)

Do condoms cause rape and mayhem? The long-term effects of condoms in New South Wales' prisons.

Sexually Transmitted Infections; 83(3): 219-222

Malacova E, Butler T, Richters J, Yap L, Grant L, Richards A, Smith AMA, Donovan B (2011)

Knowledge of sexually transmissible infections: a comparison of prisoners and the general population.

International Journal of STD & AIDS; 22(7): 381-386

Schneider K, Richters R, Butler T, Yap L, Richards A, Grant L, Smith AMA, Donovan B (2011)

Psychological distress and experience of sexual and physical assault among Australian prisoners.

Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health; 21(5): 333-349

Richters J, Butler T, Yap L, Kirkwood K, Grant L, Smith AMA, Schneider K, Donovan B (2008)

Sexual health and behaviour of New South Wales prisoners.

Sydney: School of Public Health and Community Medicine, University of New South Wales

Yap L, Richters J, Butler T, Schneider K, Kirkwood K, Donovan B (2010)

Sexual practices and dental dam use among women prisoners – a mixed methods study.

Sexual Health; 7(2): 170-176

Yap L, Richters J, Butler T, Schneider K, Grant L, Donovan B (2011)

The decline in sexual assaults in men's prisons in New South Wales: a “systems” approach.

Journal of Interpersonal Violence; 26(15): 3157-3181

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Last updated: 28 June 2012
 
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