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Below are the most recent publications written about "Prisoners" by people in Profiles.
Flores R, Kerman J, Schneider J, Harawa N. "I feel like marijuana is the only drug that wouldn't kill me": perceptions of cannabis use in previously incarcerated Black men who have sex with other men. Harm Reduct J. 2023 02 03; 20(1):13.
Camplain R, Hale L, Camplain C, Stageman R, Baldwin JA. Changes in sleep quality and housing status among individuals incarcerated in jail. Sleep Health. 2022 Dec; 8(6):601-605.
Mommaerts K, Lopez NV, Camplain C, Keene C, Hale AM, Camplain R. Nutrition availability for those incarcerated in jail: Implications for mental health. Int J Prison Health. 2022 08 04; ahead-of-print(ahead-of-print).
Camplain R, Williamson HJ, Pinn TA, Shuman S, Robinson BM, Evans M, Luna C. Barriers and facilitators to attending and being physically active during recreation time among women incarcerated. BMC Womens Health. 2022 06 17; 22(1):239.
Pro G, Camplain R, Lea CH. The competing effects of racial discrimination and racial identity on the predicted number of days incarcerated in the US: A national profile of Black, Latino/Latina, and American Indian/Alaska Native populations. PLoS One. 2022; 17(6):e0268987.
Camplain R, Pinn TA, Becenti L, Williamson HJ, Pro G, Luna C, Bret J. Patterns of Physical Activity Among Women Incarcerated in Jail. J Correct Health Care. 2022 02; 28(1):6-11.
Camplain R, Lininger MR, Baldwin JA, Trotter RT. Cardiovascular Risk Factors among Individuals Incarcerated in an Arizona County Jail. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2021 06 30; 18(13).
Pro G, Sahker E, Baldwin J. Incarceration as a Reason for US Alcohol and Drug Treatment Non-completion: a Multilevel Analysis of Racial/Ethnic and Sex Disparities. J Behav Health Serv Res. 2020 10; 47(4):464-475.
Takada S, Ettner SL, Harawa NT, Garland WH, Shoptaw SJ, Cunningham WE. Life Chaos is Associated with Reduced HIV Testing, Engagement in Care, and ART Adherence Among Cisgender Men and Transgender Women upon Entry into Jail. AIDS Behav. 2020 Feb; 24(2):491-505.
Moazen B, Assari S, St?ver H, Neuhann F. Victorian systems will not solve modern prison health problems. Lancet. 2019 09 21; 394(10203):1008-1009.