The new Edward A. Harrison Excellence in Correctional Health Care Leadership Award was created in 2021 to honor long-time NCCHC President/CEO Edward A. Harrison, who retired
This document demonstrates the Administration’s policy priorities.
NCCHC welcomes three new members to its multidisciplinary board of representatives.
Correctional health professionals have a fundamental duty to the clinical care, physical safety, and psychological wellness of their patients. NCCHC has revised its position
Q: Is a log necessary for tracking grievances? It is not in the compliance indicators for the grievance process standard, but it is something we
Q: I work in a jail and am trying to find guidance on what credential a jail nurse needs to have. Does the nurse have
Q: If we document a patient’s refusal to a treatment or medication offered in the patient’s health record, why do we also need to include
The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected staff and residents of correctional facilities, and the impact goes beyond physical health. Protecting the community has required
Deaf and Incarcerated, Part 2: Health Care
Information about health services is fundamental to the provision of care in correctional settings.
Fascinated by the Intersection of Ethics, Public Health, and Public Safety, Robin Belcher-Timme, PsyD, ABPP, Earns CCHP-A
“I am humbled to join the ranks of those holding the CCHP-A credential.”
Deaf and Incarcerated, Part 1
Correctional leadership, custody, and health care staff need to keep special considerations in mind.