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To support correctional HCPs, we must think more critically and act more comprehensively.
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Intake testing in corrections has changed to an enhanced prevention strategy.
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The Centers for Disease Control has updated its Guidance on Management of COVID-19 in Homeless Service Sites and in Correctional and Detention Facilities
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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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The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected staff and residents of correctional facilities, and the impact goes beyond physical health. Protecting the community has required
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The way we communicate has changed tremendously as the internet has replaced traditional media like newspapers and TV. Instead of reading an entire article,
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I have a small, polished quartz rock in my office with the word BREATHE carved on it. It catches my eye at various times
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Millions of Americans are being vaccinated against COVID-19 every day, bringing us closer and closer to the goal of herd immunity. But in the
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Like most health care providers, I couldn’t wait to start vaccinating my patients against COVID-19. I was also very curious to see how many
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A recent article in the Chicago Tribune pointed out that COVID-19 vaccine rates for prison staffers were alarmingly low.  “In Massachusetts, more than half