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Certified Correctional Health Professional status was attained by 87 individuals in the first quarter of 2023, representing the best first quarter since 2017. Specialty
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Do we need to do a mass disaster and man-down drill in each building?
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Opportunities to learn are everywhere. Take them, she says.
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The mission of NCCHC’s Committee on Systemic Racism is to guide the field toward eradicating systemic racism in health care
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Clinical and forensic psychologist Melissa Caldwell, PhD, CCHP-MH, CCHP-A, talks about Advanced certification.
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The CCHP program has launched the Certified Correctional Health Professional-Clinical Provider exam.
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The poster recommends steps in plain language to reduce viral surface contamination.
Coming soon: Medicaid funding for mental health and drug treatment in corrections

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