Identifying & Addressing Disparities in the Criminal Justice and Health Care Systems

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Identifying & Addressing Disparities in the Criminal Justice and Health Care Systems

Sprint Activities

 The faculty team and librarians collaborated over two days to produce the foundation of a scoping review that examines the intersection of community supervision (i.e., probation, parole) and health (broadly defined).  The team also compiled an original data-set outlining the conditions of parole in each state from 1956-present and data on risk assessment tools for probation and parole from 1928-present. Additionally, librarians created an Experts@Minnesota profile page for the research group and trained researchers how to update their individual profiles.  

Location: University of Minnesota

Sprint Researcher Participants: Rebecca Shlafer, Pediatrics; Tyler Winkleman, Medicine; Latasha Jennings, Minneapolis Medical Research Foundation

Project PIs: Rebecca Shlafer, Pediatrics; Michelle Phelps, Sociology; Kevin Reitz, Law School; and Tyler Winkelman, Medicine

Libraries TeamBenjamin WigginsAmy Riegelman, Caitlin Bakker, Sarah Brown, Scott Marsalis

Unique Circumstances: A two-day sprint

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