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The day of Bob S.’s last drink, June 10, 1935, is AA’s founding date.
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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
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Intake testing in corrections has changed to an enhanced prevention strategy.
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The April issue of the Journal of Correctional Health Care is available online at no charge. The issue includes eight articles, including topics such
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The mission of NCCHC’s Committee on Systemic Racism is to guide the field toward eradicating systemic racism in health care
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The poster recommends steps in plain language to reduce viral surface contamination.
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The way we use language to conceptualize people can shape our attitudes about people and how we treat them.
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The pervasive criminalization of misbehavior of school-aged Black youth has created the school-to-prison pipeline.
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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