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
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.
Share Your Expertise at the 2023 National Conference on Correctional Health Care
Deadline for proposals is March 3 for sessions, posters, and roundtables.
Scholarship Portal Open for Spring Conference
The NCCHC Foundation will award scholarships for students and correctional health professionals who have three or
ACP Calls for Improved Correctional Health Care Access and Quality
In a position paper, NCCHC supporting organization spells out its commitment to the incarcerated.