Journal article

Intellectual disability and patient activation after release from prison: a prospective cohort study

JT Young, C Cumming, K van Dooren, NG Lennox, R Alati, MJ Spittal, L Brophy, DB Preen, SA Kinner



Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council NHMRC

Awarded by NHMRC

Awarded by NHMRC Senior Research Fellowship

Funding Acknowledgements

The Passports study was funded by National Health and Medical Research Council NHMRC) Strategic Award No. 409966 and NHMRC Project Grant No. 1002463. Stuart Kinner is supported by NHMRC Senior Research Fellowship No. 1078168. The authors would like to thank the members of the consumer and community advisory groups established for the Passports project, Queensland Corrective Services for assistance with project design and implementation and both Centrelink and Queensland Probation and Parole Office for assistance with tracing. The authors thank Professor James Ogloff and Dr Dennis Petrie for their valuable contributions to this manuscript. The authors would like to acknowledge the Passports project team's commitment to a very challenging project and the late Professor Konrad Jamrozik for his pivotal role in conceiving and designing the Passports study. The authors also wish to acknowledge the Passports study participants for sharing their stories with us. The views expressed herein are solely those of the authors and in no way reflect the views or policies of Queensland Corrective Services.