NCCHC Accreditation Staff Attends National Institute of Corrections Roundtable

NCCHC Accreditation Specialist James Martin, MPSA, CCHP, attended a roundtable meeting on Feb. 3 to discuss medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for justice-… Continue Reading ›

Opioid Dependence Treatment Continuing Education Webinar

A unique opportunity to learn from one of the nation’s leading experts on treating opioid-dependent youth in a juvenile detention setting, this free co… Continue Reading ›

How Can Grievances Reduce Legal Risk?

Read the cover story in the Fall 2016 issue of CorrectCare™ to find out!

This issue also provides tips for successful documentation and explains why… Continue Reading ›

State Medical Directors Learn about Standards

At the second session of the Executive Curriculum for State Medical Directors program, top medical officials from several states’ departments of correction… Continue Reading ›

Carolyn Sufrin Researching Pregnant Women Behind Bars

NCCHC board member Carolyn Sufrin, MD, PhD, spoke about the importance of improving data on incarcerated pregnant women at the 2016 annual meeting of the Am… Continue Reading ›

New Videos Tell the Story of NCCHC, CCHP and More

Several new videos posted to the NCCHC YouTube site recount the organization’s history and its impact on the field of correctional health care. They fe… Continue Reading ›

See Photos from the 40th National Conference on the NCCHC Facebook Page

Photos from the 40th National Conference on Correctional Health Care in Las Vegas are now posted on the NCCHC Facebook page, with many still to come. This ev… Continue Reading ›

National Conference Final Program Now Online

NCCHC’s 40th annual National Conference on Correctional Health Care is shaping up to be the biggest and best ever! In addition to the timely topics, breadt… Continue Reading ›

Gunshot Wounds in Youthful Offenders Webinar

Presented by leading experts on juvenile gunshot wounds and corrections, this free webinar recording addresses gunshot wounds in the Cook County Juvenile Tem… Continue Reading ›

September is Suicide Prevention Month

This September, our colleagues at the Department of Veterans Affairs are raising awareness of Suicide Prevention Month with their new campaign, Be There. NC… Continue Reading ›