Spring Conference on Correctional Health Care 2022 Proceedings

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101 Cirrhosis Monitoring and Review of the New AASLD Guidelines on Frailty and Malnutrition*Garth Gulick MD, CCHP Oregon Department of Corrections 
102 Keeping Your Nursing Practice on the Right Side of the LawPatricia Blair PhD, JD, CCHP-RN, CCHP-A American Bar Association
Mary V. Muse RN, MSN, CCHP-RN, CCHP-A Wisconsin Department of Corrections
103 Screening and Intervention for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Can Change Lives*Nancy Whitney LMHC Public Health – Seattle & King County 
104 How Medication-Assisted Treatment Is Becoming the Standard of Care*Alexandra Gabrielle Ah Loy JD, CCHP Sweet Law Firm
Absalom Heerwagen Tilley MD, CCHP-P Turn Key Health
105 The Importance of Thorough Triage and Evaluation of Pregnant PatientsChristine Richardson PhD, JD, LPN, CCHP Correct Consultants, LLC
Cynthia Malcolm CCN MHA MSN AGNP-C CSAP FN-CSp CCHP-RN
Pamela Winn RestoreHER US.America
106 Preparing for an NCCHC Mental Health or Juvenile Services Accreditation Survey*Deborah A Gross PsyD, JD, CCHP-MH Consultant
Wendy Habert MBA, CCHP National Commission on Correctional Health Care
Marci Lee Mackenzie PhD, LCSW, CCHP NCCHC Resources, Inc.
107 Schizophrenia Treatment: Progress and Promise*Joel Federbush MD YesCare
Allison Genberg LCSW, CCHP YesCare
108 To Clot or Not to Clot: A Pharmacist-Led Multidisciplinary Collaboration of Anticoagulation ManagementPatricia Schmidt DO Quality Correctional Care of Michigan
Regina Ngum Tamon PharmD, CCHP Corizon Health, Inc.- Brentwood Regional
109 Nursing Evaluation of Dental Trauma and EmergenciesJennifer Hobbs DDS Rutgers University Behavioral Health 
110 From Mega Jail to Mini Jail: New Integrated Teamwork Model for Effective Mental Health Management*Armando Castillo San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department
Jessica Funk LMFT, MS, CCHP-MH Liberty Healthcare Corporation
111 How Intake Screening is Vital to Reducing Legal Liability*Taylor Brewer JD Moran Reeves Conn  
112 Getting “Vaxxed” to Normal: Vaccine Updates*Christopher Bender PharmD Diamond Pharmacy Services & Medical Supply
113 Improving Care in Medically Supervised Withdrawal Using Lean Six Sigma*Rebecca Connelly RN Corizon Health, Inc.- Brentwood Regional
Carolyn McIlree MD, MPH Corizon – Columbia Regional Office
Leonora Christine Muhammad APRN, DNP, CCHP Corizon Health
114 A Case of Self-Imposed Starvation: Effective Use of Multidisciplinary Team Strategies*Alonso Pezo Salazar MD Washington State Department of Corrections
Hugo Reyes PA-C Washington State Department of Corrections
Dileep Sreedharan DO Washington Department of Corrections
115 Screening and Diagnosis of Colorectal Cancer in CorrectionsRichard Kosierowski MD, CCHP Corizon Health, Inc.- Brentwood Regional
116 Preventing and Managing Wound InfectionsLinda Benskin PhD, RN-C Ferris Mfg. Corp (Makers of Polymem Wound Dressings)
117 Gender Dysphoria: A Clinical and Legal Update*Joel T. Andrade PhD, LICSW, CCHP-MH Centurion Health
Ingrid Renberg MD, MPH, CCHP-MH Centurion Health
Joseph V. Penn MD, CCHP-MH University of Texas Medical Branch Correctional Managed Care
118 Health Care Proxies and Guardians: Understanding the Impact on Your Provider-Patient Relationship*Deana Johnson JD Centurion Health   
119 Correctional Health Is Public Health Is Community Health: Collaboration Is Essential*Alison O Jordan LCSW, MSW, CCHP ACOJA Consulting LLC
Thomas Lincoln MD, CCHP-P Hampden County Correctional Center
Jesse Thomas RDE Systems
120 CDC Update on Prevention and Management of HIV, Viral Hepatitis, STDs, and TB in Corrections*Alexandra Balaji PhD CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Liesl Hagan MPH Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Aliza Machefsky MD Drexel University College of Medicine
Mariel Marlow PhD, MPH CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Lauren Lambert MPH CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Erin Tromble MD CDC Centers for Disease Control
121 Assisting Women in Prison to Heal From Gender Violence*Lenore Walker EdD Endolor Publishing LLC
Giselle Gaviria PsyD Walker & Associates, LLC
Tara Jungersen PhD, LMHC, NCC Nova Southeastern University
122 Handheld Point-of-Care Ultrasound Technology: An Emerging Tool for Clinical Decision Making*Susan Rashid DO Centurion Health
Johnny Wu MD, FACCP, CCHP-P, CCHP-A Centurion Health
John P May MD, CCHP Centurion Health
Paige Dodson MD, FAAFP, MPH Centurion Health
123 Nursing Sick Call: Sharing Ideas and Best PracticesTracey L Titus RN, CCHP-RN, CCHP-A Centurion Health
Katie P Wingate RN, MSN, CCHP Centurion Health
124 Life and Lived Experiences of Adults With Chronic Mental Illness*Chance Gallo MA, MHP, LMHC-A Northwest University 
125 What Does Deliberate Indifference Look Like and How Can We Avoid It?*David Ferrainolo Esq. Ferrainolo Law Group
Jacqueline Sharuzi JD Sharuzi Law Group, Ltd.
126 The Road to Reintegration: California’s Conditional Release Program*Setareh Khan-Mohammadi PsyD Centurion Health
Seaaira Dawn Reedy PsyD, CCHP-MH Centurion Health
Elizabeth Martin PhD Centurion Health
127 Correctional Health at CDC: Collaborating Beyond COVID-19*Liesl Hagan MPH Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 
128 Navigating Your Future: CCHP, Advanced and Specialty Certifications*Matissa Sammons MA, CCHP National Commission on Correctional Health Care
129 Diabetes, Hypertension, Heart Disease: How Do They Affect the Eye?Edward Berger OD OnSite Vision Plans, Inc.
Lorraine Snead OD OnSite Vision Plans, Inc.
130 Moral Distress in Nursing: Call to Action!Mary V. Muse RN, MSN, CCHP-RN, CCHP-A Wisconsin Department of Corrections
Nancy Sue Smith RN, MSN, CCHP-RN Academy of Correctional Health Professionals
131 Self-Injurious Behaviors: Assessment and Management*Lawrence Reccoppa MD Wellpath   
132 Defensive Documentation: Minimize Liability and Avoid Common Charting Pitfalls*Susan Minter DNP, NP-C Wellpath
Dennis Petrocelli MD
 
133 How Training Corrections Officers on the Science of Addiction Improves Opioid Treatment*Alexandra Duncan DrPH, MPH Pew Charitable Trusts
Tameka Chatman MA, LCADC, SAP Rutgers University Behavioral Health
135 Impact of a Patient-Centered Medical Home Model on Correctional Care Performance and Patient Outcomes*Michael Brethren MHA Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women
Paul Targonski MD, PhD, MPH Virginia Department of Corrections
136 Tackling Systemic Racism in Correctional Health Care: An Open Forum*Mary V. Muse RN, MSN, CCHP-RN, CCHP-A Wisconsin Department of Corrections
Joel T. Andrade PhD, LICSW, CCHP-MH Centurion Health
137 Practical Skills for Identifying and Managing Trauma Symptoms*Setareh Khan-Mohammadi PsyD Centurion Health
Seaaira Dawn Reedy PsyD, CCHP-MH Centurion Health
Elizabeth Martin PhD Centurion Health
139 Adolescent Male Health*Robert E. Morris MD, CCHP-P UCLA Department of Pediatrics, CHC General Pediatrics
140 Hepatitis B Management: Easier Than You ThinkRichard Andrews MD, MPH   
141 Writing a Referral You Would Approve: Secrets of a Utilization Reviewer*Rebecca A Ballard MD, FACCP, CCHP-P Centurion Health 
142 Pushing Your Nursing Practice ForwardPatricia Blair PhD, JD, CCHP-RN, CCHP-A American Bar Association
Mary V. Muse RN, MSN, CCHP-RN, CCHP-A Wisconsin Department of Corrections
143 From a Pilot to a Program: Traumatic Brain Injury*Mark Harniss PhD University of Washington
Risa Klemme CCHP Washington State Department of Corrections
Amber Medina LMHC Washington State Department of Corrections
144 Through the Eyes of an Expert Witness: Cognitive Biases, Charting Snafus, and Procedural Conundrums*Susan M Tiona MD, CCHP CoreCivic   
145 What PREA Implementation and Compliance Means for the Medical Team*Brian Brown MPA, CCHP Peoria County Juvenile Detention Center
Jessica Durbin MA Peoria County Juvenile Detention Center
146 Management of Hepatitis C and Chronic Liver Disease: Beyond Universal ScreeningPaige Dodson MD, FAAFP, MPH Centurion Health
Kelsey Howe RN Centurion Health
147 Use of Telemedicine, Technology, and Teamwork to Optimize Delivery of MAT to Patients*Steven Descoteaux MD Wellpath   
148 Nursing Process and Critical ThinkingSue Medley-Lane RN, ADN, CCHP-A Centurion Health 
149 Standards of Care: What’s Next for Mental Health in Corrections*Jim Martin MPSA, CCHP National Commission on Correctional Health Care
150 Consent Laws That Impact Health Care Services for Justice-Involved Youth*Michelle Staples-Horne MD, MPH, MS, CCHP GA Dept of Juvenile Justice
Cindy Wang ESQ, JD Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice
151 Overdoses of Formulary-Approved Medications: Implications for Policy and Practice*Brian Sheitman MD North Carolina Department of Public Safety
Joseph Williams MD University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Theodore Zarzar MD University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
152 Discharge Planning: A Win for the Community and the Jail*Mane Martirosyan MSW Louisville Metro DOC Jail Complex and Corrections Center
Meka Sylvester Louisville Metro Department of Corrections
153 Reduce Recidivism With an Occupational Medicine Approach*Philip Eskew DO, JD, CCHP-P Corizon  
154 Benefits of an RN Foot and Nail ClinicJoseph May RN, BSN, CCHP-RN Federal Medical Center Fort Worth
155 Postvention: Supporting Staff After a Patient Dies by Suicide*Trina Bivens MD, CCHP-MH Wellpath
Karen Galin PhD Wellpath
Heather Norman RN, MBA, MSN Wellpath
Jamie Kenney PhD Wellpath
156 Paperless Medication Administration: Benefits and Lessons Learned*Alexis Crespo LPN Corizon
Reed Domer-Shank MS, CCHP Corizon Northeast Region
157 PBIS: It’s For More Than Just Behavior Management*Jennifer Cannington LPC Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice
Christine Doyle PhD, LCSW, MSW Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice
158 Optimizing Medical Emergency Response Performance Through a Quality Improvement Process*Michael Brethren MHA Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women
Paul Targonski MD, PhD, MPH Virginia Department of Corrections
P1 Plenary Session: AIDS Treatment: Past the Crisis Into the FutureAnne Spaulding MD, MPH, CCHP-P Emory University Rollins School of Public Health
P2 Plenary Session: Prevalent Infectious Disease in Corrections: HIV, HCV, COVID-19Anne Spaulding MD, MPH, CCHP-P Emory University Rollins School of Public Health
L2  Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment for Chronic Hepatitis BCarl Keldie MD CCHP; William Boylan FNP RN-C   CCHP