Recommended literature

For more information we recommend
  • Christensen, P.B., Hammerby, E., Smith, S., Bird, S.M. (2006): Mortality among Danish drug users released from prison. International Journal of Prisoner Health 2: 13–19.
  • Council of Europe (1999): The ethical and organisational aspects of health care in prison. Recommendation No. R (98)7 and explanatory memorandum. Council of Europe Publishing.
  • Council of Europe (2001): 11th general report on the CPT’s activities covering the period 1 January to 31 December 2000. Strasbourg, Council of Europe, 2001 (CPT/Inf (2001) 16.)
  • Council of Europe (2004): European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment. The CPT standards. „Substantive” sections of the CPT’s General Reports.
  • Council of Europe (2006): Recommendation Rec (2006) 2 on the European Prison Rules
  • Dolan, K.A., Wodak, A.D., Hall, W.D. (1996): An international review of methadone provison in prisons. Addiction Research, 4:85–97.
  • Farrell, M., Marsden, J. (2005): Drug-related mortality among newly released offenders, Home Office on-line report 40/2005, Government of England and Wales.
  • General instructions for treating drug users in prison in Slovenia, Ljubljana, Ministry of Health of the Republic of Slovenia, Ministry of Justice of Health of the Republic of Slovenia.
  • Kinlock, T.W, Gordon, M.S., Schwartz, R.P., O’Grady, K., Fitzgerald, T.T., Wilson, M. (2007): A randomized clinical trial of methadone maintenance for prisoners: Results at 1-month post-release. W: Drug and Alcohol Dependece 91 (2007) 220-227.
  • Lines, R. at al. (2004): Dublin Declaration on HIV/AIDS in Prisons in Europe and Central Asia. Dublin, Irish Penal Reform Trust.
  • Lines, R. (2006): From equivalence of standards to equivalence of objectives: The entitlement of prisoners to health care standards higher than those outside prison. International Journal of Prisoner Health 2: 269–280.
  • Moller, L., Stover, H., Jurgens, R., Gatherer, A., Nikogosian, H. (eds.) (2007): Health in prison. A WHO guide to essentials in prison health. Copenhagen, WHO
  • National Institute on Drug Abuse (2000): Principles of drug addiction treatment: a research based guide. Bethesda, MD, National Institute on Drug Abuse.
  • Penal Reform International (2001): Making Standards Work: An International Handbook on Good Prison Practice, 2nd ed. Penal Reform International, The Hague.
  • Pont, J. (2005): Medical ethics in prisons: Rules, standards and challenges. International Journal of Prisoner Health 2:259–267.
  • Stallwitz, A., Stöver, H. (2007): The impact of substitution treatment in prison – a literature review, International Journal of Drug Policy, Vol. 18 (6), Nov. 2007.
  • Stover, H., Casselman, J., Hennebel, L. (2006): Substitution treatment in European prisons: a study of policy and practices in 18 European countries. International Journal of Prison Health, 2: 3–12.
  • Stöver, H., MacDonald, M., Atherton, S. (2007): Harm Reduction for Drug Users in European Prisons. Oldenburg/Germany, London/UK.
  • United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, UNAIDS and WHO (2006): HIV/AIDS prevention, care, treatment and suport in prison settings: a framework for an effective national response. Vienna, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
  • WHO (1993): Guidelines of HIV infection and AIDS in prison, Geneva, World Health Organization.
  • WHO, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and UNAIDS (2004): Substitution maintenance therapy in the management of opioid dependence and HIV/AIDS prevention. Geneva. World Health Organization
  • WHO (2009): Guidelines for the Psychosocially Assisted Pharmacological Treatment of Opioid Dependence, Geneva, World Health Organization.
  • Verster, A., Buning, E. (2000): European methadone guidelines. Amsterdam, EuroMethwork

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