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Patient safety in prisons: a multi-method analysis of reported incidents in England (2023)
Journal Article
McFadzean, I. J., Davies, K., Purchase, T., Edwards, A., Hellard, S., Ashcroft, D. M., …Carson-Stevens, A. (2023). Patient safety in prisons: a multi-method analysis of reported incidents in England. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 116(7), 236-245. https://doi.org/10.1177/01410768231166138

Objectives Prisoners use healthcare services three times more frequently than the general population with poorer health outcomes. Their distinct healthcare needs often pose challenges to safe healthcare provision. This study aimed to characterise pa... Read More about Patient safety in prisons: a multi-method analysis of reported incidents in England.

“You Want Them Pretty, but Not Too Intelligent!”: Everyday Talk and the Continuum of Men's Violence Against Women in Forensic Institutional Care (2022)
Journal Article
Joyes, E. C., & Jordan, M. (2022). “You Want Them Pretty, but Not Too Intelligent!”: Everyday Talk and the Continuum of Men's Violence Against Women in Forensic Institutional Care. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 13, Article 886444. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyt.2022.886444

The forensic setting houses persons with offence convictions who are also in receipt of ongoing mental healthcare–a criminal justice system and healthcare meeting-point. Extant literature highlights how this context is laden with interpersonal and in... Read More about “You Want Them Pretty, but Not Too Intelligent!”: Everyday Talk and the Continuum of Men's Violence Against Women in Forensic Institutional Care.

Inpatient Institutional Care: The Forced Social Environment (2021)
Journal Article
Joyes, E. C., Jordan, M., Winship, G., & Crawford, P. (2021). Inpatient Institutional Care: The Forced Social Environment. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, Article 690384. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.690384

The landscape of mental health recovery is changing; there have been calls for a shift from the clinical expertise being the dominant voice within mental healthcare towards a more personalised and collaborative service that supports those in need of... Read More about Inpatient Institutional Care: The Forced Social Environment.

Interventions to support the mental health of survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking: A systematic review (2021)
Journal Article
Wright, N., Jordan, M., & Lazzarino, R. (2021). Interventions to support the mental health of survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking: A systematic review. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 67(8), 1026-1034. https://doi.org/10.1177/00207640211039245

Background: Modern slavery is a term which incorporates a range of exploitative situations that involve the violation of human rights and the subjugation of individuals. It presents a significant public health concern. Post-release, survivors of mode... Read More about Interventions to support the mental health of survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking: A systematic review.

Strength- and recovery-based approaches in forensic mental health in late modernity: Increasingly incorporating a human rights angle? (2021)
Journal Article
Tomlin, J., & Jordan, M. (2022). Strength- and recovery-based approaches in forensic mental health in late modernity: Increasingly incorporating a human rights angle?. Social Theory and Health, 9, Article 827124. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41285-021-00169-x

Forensic mental health care is situated across both criminal justice and healthcare systems and is subject to political, cultural, legal and economic shifts in these contexts. The implementation of strength- and recovery-based models of care should b... Read More about Strength- and recovery-based approaches in forensic mental health in late modernity: Increasingly incorporating a human rights angle?.

Mental health recovery for survivors of modern slavery: grounded theory study protocol (2020)
Journal Article
Wright, N., Hadziosmanovic, E., Dang, M., Bales, K., Brookes, C., Jordan, M., …Lived Experience Research Advisory Board. (2020). Mental health recovery for survivors of modern slavery: grounded theory study protocol. BMJ Open, 10(11), Article e038583. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2020-038583

© 2020 Author(s). Published by BMJ. Introduction Slavery and human trafficking are crimes involving the violation of human rights and refer to exploitative situations where an individual cannot refuse or leave due to threats, coercion or abuse of pow... Read More about Mental health recovery for survivors of modern slavery: grounded theory study protocol.

Capoeira (2020)
Book Chapter
Jordan, M., Wright, E. J., & Purser, A. (2020). Capoeira. In P. Crawford, B. Brown, & A. Charise (Eds.), The Companion to Health Humanities. London: Routledge

Designing 'Healthy' Prisons for Women: Incorporating Trauma-Informed Care and Practice (TICP) into Prison Planning and Design (2019)
Journal Article
Jewkes, Y., Jordan, M., Wright, S., & Bendelow, G. (2019). Designing 'Healthy' Prisons for Women: Incorporating Trauma-Informed Care and Practice (TICP) into Prison Planning and Design. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16(20), Article 3818. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph16203818

There has been growing acknowledgment among scholars, prison staff and policy-makers that gender-informed thinking should feed into penal policy but must be implemented holistically if gains are to be made in reducing trauma, saving lives, ensuring e... Read More about Designing 'Healthy' Prisons for Women: Incorporating Trauma-Informed Care and Practice (TICP) into Prison Planning and Design.

Mental health uncertainty & inevitability (2017)
Book Chapter
Jordan, M. (2017). Mental health uncertainty & inevitability. In H. Middleton, & M. Jordan (Eds.), Mental health uncertainty and inevitability: rejuvenating the relationship between social science and psychiatry. Palgrave Macmillan

"The will's there and the skill's there": prison mental health care (2017)
Book Chapter
Jordan, M. (2017). "The will's there and the skill's there": prison mental health care. In H. Middleton, & M. Jordan (Eds.), Mental health uncertainty and inevitability: rejuvenating the relationship between social science and psychiatry (105-136). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-43970-9

This discussion explores some of the data from a social science PhD whose fieldwork took place in a category B, adult male, local and remand prison in England run by Her Majesty’s Prison Service (HMPS). The debate analyses National Health Service (NH... Read More about "The will's there and the skill's there": prison mental health care.

An analysis of the research team-service user relationship from the service user perspective: a consideration of ‘The three Rs’ (roles, relations, and responsibilities) for healthcare research organisations (2014)
Journal Article
Jordan, M., Rowley, E., Morriss, R. K., & Manning, N. (2015). An analysis of the research team-service user relationship from the service user perspective: a consideration of ‘The three Rs’ (roles, relations, and responsibilities) for healthcare research organisations. Health Expectations, 18(6), https://doi.org/10.1111/hex.12243

Background This article debates interview data from service users who engaged with the work of a Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC). The evidence base, to date, concerning the nature of CLAHRC work at the fro... Read More about An analysis of the research team-service user relationship from the service user perspective: a consideration of ‘The three Rs’ (roles, relations, and responsibilities) for healthcare research organisations.