Qual-P Project Outputs

Here you can find copies of posters, talks, papers, reports and anything else we produce during the course of Qual-P. Please contact us for more information on any of our outputs.

Papers

In February 2021 we published an extended editorial on integrating prison and community healthcare in the British Journal of General Practice. We outlined the importance of data-sharing across the prison-community interface to improve continuity of care for people moving in and out of the prison estate.

Read it here or contact us for a copy.

Talks

On 6th July we presented at Thinking Qualitatively 2021 (#TQ2021), a conference held by the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology. In this presentation we describe the impact of digital inequalities – unequal access to digital resources – on recruitment of people who’ve lived in prison.

We have a forthcoming presentation at the British Sociological Association’s Medical Sociology conference in September 2021 on experiences of waiting time for healthcare in prison. More on that later in the year!

We have also given presentations to a group of researchers interested in researching poverty on our experiences of participant recruitment during Covid-19, and to the Improvement Academy on participant experiences of patient feedback in the prison setting.

Posters

Dr Jordan Byrne has been working with us recently on a literature review of the implementation of evidence-based healthcare in the prison setting. He presented a poster on his work at Health Education England’s Yorkshire & Humber Academic Presentation Day in June.

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Guest blog posts

Following the recent presentation on our Qual-P study mentioned above, we were invited to write a guest blog post for Covid Realities, a research project exploring the experiences of people on low-income during the Covid-19 pandemic. Part of the team’s work is to network with other researchers who are conducting studies involving people living in poverty, and they asked us to write about our experiences of recruiting study participants experiencing digital inequalities in the age of remote data collection. Read it here!

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