NCCHC supports and recommends making accommodations for nursing individuals in custody,
The NCCHC Governance Board has approved a new position statement, Public Health Implications of Violence and Correctional Settings. The statement replaces Prevention of Violence
The way we use language to conceptualize people can shape our attitudes about people and how we treat them.
The pervasive criminalization of misbehavior of school-aged Black youth has created the school-to-prison pipeline.
Access to a nutritious, palatable diet is essential to personal well-being, a medical necessity, and a fundamental human right. To advance the nutritional wellness
In a position paper, NCCHC supporting organization spells out its commitment to the incarcerated.
Revisions stress opposition to copays and fees during incarceration.
The NCCHC board adopted a new position statement on Trauma-Responsive Care for Youths.
The goal of end-of-life care in corrections, as in other contexts, is to prevent or relieve suffering as much as possible while preserving and
Correctional health professionals have a fundamental duty to the clinical care, physical safety, and psychological wellness of their patients. NCCHC has revised its position