It is common place that taking care of the health of prisoners is their human right and that ultimately it is a matter of public health.
There are important suggestions at an international level aimed at improving the health of those in prison and to reduce both their risks and risks to society.
Communicable diseases are frequently transmitted among inmates; rates of HIV, hepatitis and tuberculosis are much higher among them than in the general population. There is also a high prevalence of mental health conditions, substance misuse problems, and a higher prevalence of disease.
Our experts support government administrations through the development of customized integrated health systems and solutions related to aging, palliative care, mental health, substance addiction problems and communicable diseases in detention contexts.