Please note: the star symbol (*) in front of references indicates the 35 papers included in the review.
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*Cox, J. F. and Lawrence, J. E. (2010). Planning services for elderly inmates with mental illness. Corrections Today, 72, 52–57.
*Curtice, M., Parker, J., Wismayer, F. S. and Tomison, A. (2003). The elderly offender: an 11-year survey of referrals to a regional forensic psychiatric service. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 14, 253–265. doi: 10.1080/1478994031000077989.
Das, K., Murray, K., Driscoll, R. and Nimmagadda, S. R. (2012). Assessment of healthcare and placement needs in an older forensic psychiatric population in comparison to a younger forensic psychiatric population. International Psychogeriatrics, 24, 1188–1190. doi: 10.1017/S1041610212000130
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*Du Toit, S. H. J. and McGrath, M. (2018). Dementia in prisons: enabling better care for ageing prisoners. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 81(8): 460–462. doi: 10.1177/0308022617744509.
*Duffin, C. (2010). Doing time: health care in the criminal justice system. Nursing Older People, 22, 14–18.
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*Gaston, S. (2017). Vulnerable prisoners: dementia and the impact on prisoners, staff and the correctional setting. Collegian. 25, 241–246. doi:10.1016/j.colegn.2017.05.004.
Ginnivan, N. A., Butler, T. G. and Withall, A. N. (2018). The rising health, social and economic costs of Australia’s ageing prisoner population. The Medical Journal of Australia, 209, 422–424.
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*Hodel, B. and Sánchez, H. G. (2013). The Special Needs Program for Inmate-Patients with Dementia (SNPID): a psychosocial program provided in the prison system. Dementia, 12, 654–660. doi: 10.1177/1471301211432952.
Howse, K. (2003). Growing Old in Prison: A scoping study on older prisoners. U.K.:Centre for Policy on Ageing and Prison Reform Trust.
Jeon, Y. H., Potter, E., Cashin, A. and Chenoweth, L. (2007). An innovative model of an aged care hostel in the prison setting: process of benchmarking and evaluation. Geriaction, 25, 12–17.
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