Application of Biopsychosocial Vulnerability-Stress Model To a Criminal Justice Population

@inproceedings{Shelton2017ApplicationOB,
  title={Application of Biopsychosocial Vulnerability-Stress Model To a Criminal Justice Population},
  author={Deborah E. Shelton},
  year={2017}
}
This second of a three paper series that provides the progression of the development of the mid-range theory named the Rediscovery of Self-care (RSC) Among Persons with an Incarceration Experience. In the first paper of this series, a biopsychosocial vulnerability stress (VSM) model tailored to the criminal justice population was introduced. In this paper, the discussion seeks to integrate VSM with an understanding of the environmental factors and social determinants impacting correctional… CONTINUE READING

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