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Free Access to 2022 Most-Read Journal of Correctional Health Care Articles

The top-read articles from the NCCHC Journal of Correctional Health Care are available with free access. Click through to read about:

Addressing Shortages of Mental Health Professionals in U.S. Jails and Prisons
Nathaniel P. Morris and Matthew L. Edwards

High Incidence of SARS-CoV-2 Within Incarcerated Populations and Possible Implications for Herd Immunity
James Xu, Andrea Lim, and George Rutherford

Developing an Evidence-Based Nutrition Curriculum for Correctional Settings
Audrey Thomas

“A Catch-22”: A Firsthand Account of Barriers and Facilitators to Accessing Health Care During Reentry
Utsha G. Khatri, Andrea Bilger, Amy Zeidan, Zachary Meisel, M. Kit Delgado, Margaret Samuels-Kalow, and Eugenia South

Patterns of Physical Activity Among Women Incarcerated in Jail
Ricky Camplain, Travis A. Pinn, Lyle Becenti, Heather J. Williamson, George Pro, Crystal Luna, and James Bret

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