The work-group “Health in Prison” (HiP) has conducted a health assessment of women prisoners exposed to torture three decades after their liberation. In collaboration with Khiam Rehabilitation Center, HiP evaluated the factors that protect women from Post-traumatic Stress resulting from exposure to distinct torture events. Results were published in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence. Read here
The central OPPH in Spain has conducted several assessments about the psychosocial environments in prisons in Spain. Findings were published in influential occupational health journals including Journal of Occupation Health, Occupational Medicine and Stress and Health. Read findings below
- Occupational Stress among Prison Workers
- Work Ability among Prison Workers
- Exposure to Psychosocial Hazards in Prisons
The Addiction and Drug Abuse (ADA) work group aims at evaluating the implementation of drug policies in the MENA region to support advocate elaborate healthy policies for the prevention of drug use and the reduction of harms among persons who use drugs (PWUD).