Hospital clinicians do not generally receive any training about the health or service needs of prisoners. To engage hospital staff in these issues, an animation directed by Tjoff Koong Studios and produced by Passion Pictures has been created based on data collection from people in prison. The interviews gathered from people in prison proved to be a powerful script for the film. The short film offers real insight, with real voices from prisoners and acts as a starting point for discussion around positive changes that can be made to maintain dignity for people in prison and also to offer advice and support for staff. Credits  Research Team Chantal Edge – Chief Investigator, University College London Rich Stockley – Co-investigator, Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership Georgia Black – Co-investigator, University College London Emma King – Collaborator, University College London Laura Swabey – Collaborator, University College London Jake Hard – Collaborator, Royal College of General Practitioners Secure Environments Group Research Partners User Voice Surrey County Council University College London Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership Animation Directed by Tjoff Koong Studios (Tezo Don Lee & Magnus Lenneskog) Animated by Tezo Don Lee & Magnus Lenneskog Additional Animation by George Wheeler & Natasza Cetner Sound design and music by Luciano Rossi Production Passion Animation Studios & Greenhouseanimation Producer Becky Perryman Funding Wellcome Trust Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership