correctional health care

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On May 19, Liesl Hagan, MPH, Senior Scientist for Correctional Health, Office of the Deputy Director for Infectious Diseases at the Centers for Disease
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It is my privilege to serve as the new chair of NCCHC’s Governance Board.
“Knowing the NCCHC standards and becoming certified is just as important for correctional health administrators as it is for nurses, physicians, and other health
In 2003, one of the first initiatives of the Center for NuLeadership on Urban Solutions, an independent academic center and public policy think tank
by Robert M. Morris, MD, CCHP-P Recent events in the United States have generated a lot of conversations about racism, a plea for ongoing
The Institute for Medical Quality (IMQ) is no longer providing correctional health consulting and Title 15 Medical/Mental Health inspections. To assure there is no
August 20, 1-3 pm CDT Two years in the making, the 2018 Standards were revised, reorganized and simplified to create a more user-friendly guide for those
Several of NCCHC’s supporting organizations have published statements opposing separation of immigrant children from their families, citing long-term harm to mental and physical health.
“I was heartened to see so many younger professionals at the NCCHC Spring Conference. This underscores the appeal of this practice area and holds