Research and analysis

Health outcomes in prisons in England: a rapid review

A review of evidence of the impact on health outcomes of NHS commissioned health services for people in secure and detained settings.

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Rapid review of evidence of the impact on health outcomes of NHS commissioned health services for people in secure and detained settings

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This rapid review of evidence of the impact on health outcomes of NHS commissioned health services demonstrates that there have been significant improvements in the quality of health care in prison settings.

The review will inform future health interventions and prioritisation in England where there are further improvements to be made.

Published 25 October 2016