This webinar will provide an update on hot topics in contraception for young women. We will discuss long-acting reversible contraceptive methods (LARCs), and compare
ACOG has approved the endorsement of the white paper Pregnancy and Postpartum Care in Correctional Settings by Carloyn Sufrin, MD, PhD, assistant professor in the department
New editions of NCCHC’s landmark Standards for Health Services for jails and prisons will be available in April. First published in 1976 and 1979, respectively,
Behavior management strategies are effective in supporting positive behavior change. The incidence and prevalence of self-injurious behavior among inmates is widespread and well known.
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.