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Research collaborations

Partner research institutions

Aarhus University, Denmark

Aarhus University is one of our main research partnerships in PriSUD-Nordic. Data similar to the nPRIS-cohort will be collected and analyzed in Denmark, as a part of our nordic goals in the PriSUD project.  

Morten Hesse og Christian Tjagvad are both members of the PriSUD research group. Christian did his PhD at SERAF and has worked with similar data previously.

Karolinska Institute, Sweden

The Karolinska Institute is also one of our main research collaborations in the PriSUD Nordic. Data similar to the nPRIS-cohort will be collected and analyzed in Sweden, as a part of our nordic goals in the PriSUD project.

Zheng Chang at the Karolinska Institute works on post-release outcomes in the Swedish context and is a member of the research group in the PriSUD project. He does research on substance use disorders, psychiatric disorders, and mortality after release from prison and has published works in e.g. The Lancet Psychiatry.

University of Oxford, England

The third international research collaboration of the PriSUD project is the University of Oxford. A risk-assessment instrument, OxRec, developed by researchers at Oxford is going to be tested and validated on data from the nPRIS-cohort. 

Seena Fazel is a leading researcher within the field of health disparities among prisoners and has published a range of key publications on the topic. He is a member of the steering comitee of PriSUD.

Department of criminology and sociology of Law, University of Oslo

The PriSUD-project has a close collaboration with the Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law (DCSL) at the University of Oslo and they are a core partner in the development of the PriSUD project.

 

Our sister project, PRISONHEALTH, is led by Thomas Ugelvik from DCSL.  

Other research collaborations

The Prison Project, a collaboration of several Dutch institutions

The Prison Project is a project with close relations to the PriSUD project but has its roots in the Netherlands. The project is a collaboration between Leiden University, Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR) and Utrecht University. 

 

Project manager Dr. Anja Dirkzwager is a member of the research group of the PriSUD project.