Offender Health Research Network

Site specifications

This site is written in ASP.NET (C#) using a custom built CMS and its look and feel is dictated using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).

The CSS can be turned off by in the accessibility options in 'options' in the Tools menu.

The text size can be increased or decreased using 'text size' in the View menu.

The site aims to reach Single AAA accessibility standards as outlined by the World Wide Web consortium at

The site is designed to look best in any modern browser which implements stylesheets, using the 'medium' text size.

Most files available for download on this site are either in standard Microsoft Office suite programs or in PDF format. To view PDFs you will need to download Adobe Reader.

All links in the site are orange.

For further information regarding this website contact Charlotte Lennox on 0161 306 8014.

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The information, text, graphics and links provided herein are provided by the Offender Health Research Network for information purposes only.

While OHRN seeks to offer current information concerning the offender health care in England and Wales, it does not in any way warrant the accuracy or reliability of the information contained on this site at any time.

In any case, information on this site does not constitute endorsement, sponsorship or affiliation with any organisation, event or opinions of third parties by OHRN.

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As a Government-funded initiative, OHRN is committed to meeting its responsibilities regarding Freedom of Information (FOI) and Information Privacy.

When you visit this web site, we may record anonymous information about your visit and log the following information for statistical purposes - your server address, your top level domain name (for example .com, .uk etc), the date and time of visit to the site, the pages accessed and documents downloaded, the previous site visited, and the type of browser used. This information is not specific to an individual and is used for system administration purposes, as well as statistical analysis. While anonymous information does not tell us anything about you specifically, it tells us about how you use our site.

Another type of anonymous information shared between your browser and our server is a cookie. A cookie is a small text file that a server places on your hard drive to identify that subsequent requests to a site have come from the same user. Cookies are used to 'remember' your browser between page visits. In this situation, the cookie identifies your browser, not you personally.

OHRN will only record your email address if you send us a message.

All information provided to the Offender Health Research Network will only be used for the purpose for which you have provided it and will not be added to a mailing list. We will not use the information for any other purpose, and will not disclose it, without your consent.

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