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Linkage to Hepatitis C Care After Incarceration in Jail: A Prospective, Single Arm Clinical Trial. BMC Infectious Diseases.
Boundary-Spanning Care: Reducing Psychiatric Rehospitalization and Self-Injury in a Jail Population. Journal of Correctional Health Care.
IGRA-Based Screening for Latent Tuberculosis Infection in Persons Newly Incarcerated in New York City Jails. Journal of Correctional Health Care.
*The Rikers Island Hot Spotters: Exploring the Needs of the Most Frequently Incarcerated. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved.
Diversion Evaluations: A Specialized Forensic Examination. Behavioral Sciences & the Law.
Public Health and Vulnerable Populations: Morbidity and Mortality Among People Ever Incarcerated in New York City Jails, 2001 to 2005. Journal of Correctional Health Care.
Medicine and Mass Incarceration: Education and Advocacy in the New York City Jail System. AMA Journal of Ethics.
*Patient Navigators Effectively Support HIV-Infected Individuals Returning to the Community from Jail Settings. International Journal of Prisoner Health.
The Enhanced Pre-Arraignment Screening Unit. Vera Institute of Justice.
*Head Trauma in Jail and the Implications for Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy in the United States: Case Report and Results of Injury Surveillance in NYC Jails. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved.
Feasibility of Treating Hepatitis C in a Transient Jail Population. Open Forum Infectious Diseases.
Death After Jail Release: Matching to Improve Care Delivery. Journal of Correctional Health Care.
Staff Satisfaction, Ethical Concerns, and Burnout in the New York City Jail Health System. Journal of Correctional Health Care.
*Hepatitis C Screening of the “Birth Cohorts” (Born 1945-1965) and Younger Inmates of NYC Jails. American Journal of Public Health.
A Three-Dimensional Action Plan to Raise the Quality of Care of US Correctional Health and Promote Alternatives to Incarceration. American Journal of Public Health.
From Punishment to Treatment: The “Clinical Alternative to Punitive Segregation” (CAPS) Program in New York City Jails. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
The Rikers Island Hot Spotters: Defining the Needs of the Most Frequently Incarcerated. American Journal of Public Health.
Improving Antenatal Care in Prisons. Bulletin of the World Health Organization.
Disparities in Mental Health Referral and Diagnosis in the New York City Jail Mental Health Service. American Journal of Public Health.
Meaningful Use of an Electronic Health Record in the New York City Jail System American Journal of Public Health.
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