Substances referred to in the community as “Tranq” and “Frankenstein” have increased the potency and dangers related to opioid abuse.
NCCHC salutes correctional health care addiction professionals on September 20, National Addiction Professionals Day, and every day.
This annual award recognizes outstanding research and published work of women and underrepresented minority scientists, physicians, and engineers.
NCCHC supports and recommends making accommodations for nursing individuals in custody,
2023 Guidelines for Managing Substance Withdrawal in Jails: released by US Department of Justice
June 19 is World Sickle Cell Day, an international awareness day aimed at increasing the public’s knowledge and understanding of sickle cell disease and
The day of Bob S.’s last drink, June 10, 1935, is AA’s founding date.
A new paper proposes best practices for scaling up hepatitis C testing and treatment.
The NCCHC Governance Board has approved a new position statement, Public Health Implications of Violence and Correctional Settings. The statement replaces Prevention of Violence
Intake testing in corrections has changed to an enhanced prevention strategy.