Spring Conference on Correctional Health Care
In person in the “peach tree” state! A comprehensive look at best practices and new data for your day-to-day work and for your future plans. Join us for the latest information and updates on medical care, nursing, mental health, legal issues, ethical issues, administrative best practices, and juvenile care.
On-Demand Virtual Spring Conference on Correctional Health Care
Catch up with online exclusive sessions and highlights from the in-person Spring Conference. If you can’t make it to the education, NCCHC brings the education to you.
Correctional Mental Health Care Conference
Mental health issues and substance use disorders are up throughout the country, along with staffing shortages and compassion fatigue. Join us for a comprehensive look at correctional mental health care at NCCHC’s first in-person mental health conference in three years.
National Conference on Correctional Health Care
The biggest and best educational and networking event in correctional health returns in person to Las Vegas. Join us for NCCHC’s annual National conference. Connect with 1,500 peers, experts, and leaders; get educated at 100+ educational sessions; meet 100 suppliers ready to help you be more safe and efficient.
Free Webinar: An Overview of Hepatitis C and Correctional Medicine
It is more crucial than ever to treat hepatitis C patients in order to prevent further spread of HCV infection or liver complications with serious outcomes after release to the community. This free webinar will highlight current treatment for hepatitis C and the importance of care in corrections.
Made possible by a charitable contribution from Abbvie to the NCCHC Foundation.
1 hour of CE for physicians, nurses, social workers, psychologists, dentists, and CCHPs.
Indoor Air Quality: Advances in the Science and Applications for Correctional Settings
Sponsored by the Academy of Correctional Health Professionals
Dr. Louis Tripoli will discuss recent advances in the study of transmission of airborne pathogens, drawing upon his experience in correctional health care and as the Command Surgeon for U.S. Indo-Pacific Command over the Pacific Theater. This presentation describes how scientific thinking changed during the coronavirus pandemic and shares lessons that were learned from the challenge of the pandemic as it unfolded in the intensely congregate military and correctional settings. It will also recommend methods to mitigate airborne disease transmission for congregate settings.
- Review the history of scientific thinking on droplet transmission of pathogens through air
- Describe potential methods of determining air quality and infection risk
- Identify countermeasures for preventing airborne transmission of pathogens
About the Speaker
Dr. Louis Tripoli, Rear Admiral, US Navy, retired, and former Command Surgeon for US Indo-Pacific Command during the start of the coronavirus pandemic, will review information regarding airborne transmission of pathogens and what can be done to mitigate risk. Starting in early 2021, Dr. Tripoli became the principal medical advisor to the American Hotel and Lodging Association on these topics. He brings expert knowledge from that sector, as well as a wealth of experience in infectious diseases and correctional medicine.
Pricing: $49 (Academy Members); $69 (Non-Academy + 1 Year Academy Membership)
1 hour CE for ACCME, ANCC, APA & CCHP