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The top-read articles from the NCCHC Journal of Correctional Health Care are available with free access. Click through to read about: Addressing Shortages of
By Fred W. Meyer, MA, CJM, CCHPManaging Director, NCCHC Resources Working with a team of NCCHC Resources consultants, I recently completed an analysis for
In 1989 Don Henley released his single “The End of Innocence.” The first verse goes like this: Remember when the days were longAnd rolled
NCCHC’s Correctional Mental Health Care Conference in Denver attracted a record number of attendees this year, with six of the nearly 500 participants supported
“I am humbled to join the ranks of those holding the CCHP-A credential.”
Ask a CCHP-MH what they like about the work they do, and their passion for it is evident.
by Kavita Khajuria, MD, Forensic Psychiatrist, Twin Towers Correctional Facility
by Kavita Khajuria, MD, Twin Towers Correctional Facility