Session 308: CR16 -> Offender Services, Needs and Barriers
Time: 9:40AM to 11:10 AM on Friday, November 21
Place: Denver
Session Chair: Laura T. Fishman, University of Vermont
Importance of Family Support for the Long-Term Survivial of HIV/AIDS-Infected African-American and Latino Prisoners and Parolees
by: Laura T. Fishman, University of Vermont (Corresponding)
Individual and Systemic Barriers to Improving HIV Education Services for Offenders
by: Steven Belenko, University of Pennsylvania (Corresponding)
Michele Shedlin, N. D. R. I., Inc.
Lisa O'Connor, Columbia University
Education in Prison: Does it Reduce Recidivism?
by: Shannon Gibson, Georgia State University (Corresponding)
Children of Offenders in Canada: Scale of the Problem and Potential Interventions
by: Lucia Benaquisto, McGill University (Corresponding)
Penal Harm Public Health: Infectious Diseases and the Consequences of Non-Intervention in Jail Systems
by: M. Katherine Maeve, University of South Carolina (Corresponding)

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