The 2018 editions have been revised, reorganized and simplified to improve their usefulness. Two years in the making, NCCHC’s 2018 Standards for Health Services have
It is important for correctional health staff to integrate multicultural awareness into their work with inmates. This webinar will help clinicians understand themselves and their clients
This webinar will review the various forms of segregated housing, the current use (and overuse) of segregated housing nationally, and the short- and long-term
The NCCHC board of directors welcomes Debra Pinals as its new liaison of the American Psychiatric Association.
NCCHC welcomes the American Association of Nurse Practitioners as its newest supporting organization; Jennifer Clifton is new board liaison.
The 2017 Annual Report highlights the many ways NCCHC is improving the quality of health care in jails, prisons and juvenile facilities.
The year is off to a great start at NCCHC, with lots of “new” – from our new CEO, Jim Pavletich, to advances in
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
Emotional Health in Corrections
Working with the incarcerated population in a challenging environment is no easy task.
‘Se habla español’: CCHP Program in Puerto Rico
NCCHC reps traveled to Puerto Rico to provide training and administer the CCHP exam.
New CDC Guidance for COVID-19 in Corrections
The Centers for Disease Control has updated its Guidance on Management of COVID-19 in