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New Year’s Resolution Ideas from NCCHC

Make 2022 the year you take concrete steps toward improving the quality of health care in your jail, prison, or juvenile detention facility. That’s NCCHC’s mission, and there are several ways we can help you keep your New Year’s resolution:

Become a Certified Correctional Health Professional (CCHP). With multiple testing options, it’s more convenient than ever.

If you are already a CCHP, take your certification to the next level with a specialty certification, available for nurses (CCHP-RN), physicians (CCHP-P), and mental health professionals (CCHP-MH). Or consider gaining your Advanced certification with a CCHP-A.

Prepare for the CCHP exam (and earn CE) with a recorded educational webinar. Also available for preparing for the CCHP-RN exam and the CCHP-MH exam.

Become accredited by NCCHC. To begin the process, obtain a copy of the relevant Standards – jail, prison, juvenile, mental health, or opioid treatment program – and apply for accreditation.

Purchase a copy of the NCCHC Standards – an invaluable resource whether or not you plan to become accredited or take the CCHP exam.

Register for the Spring Conference on Correctional Health Care, taking place April 9-12 in Atlanta.

Advertise with us or exhibit at one of our three annual conferences.

Donate to the NCCHC Foundation, whose mission is to champion the correctional health care field and serve the public by supporting research, professional education, scholarships, and patient reentry into the community.

Contact NCCHC Resources, Inc., our consulting subsidiary, for help with your most complex health-care related challenges.

Subscribe to our free e-newsletter, CorrectCare Extra, delivered to your email inbox every other Thursday.

Contact [email protected] with all your inquiries.

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