Sessions of Interest to Leaders and Adminstrators

Saturday, April 9, 2022
P01 An In-Depth Review of NCCHC's Standards for Health Services in Jails and Prisons*
Sunday, April 10, 2022
P04 How to Achieve Success as a Correctional Nurse Manager
P06 Continuous Quality Improvement: Strategies and Techniques to Measure Change*
P05 10 Ways to Prevent Suicides: Even When You're Doing Everything Right*
Monday, April 11, 2022
104 How Medication-Assisted Treatment Is Becoming the Standard of Care*
103 Screening and Intervention for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Can Change Lives*
106 Preparing for an NCCHC Mental Health or Juvenile Services Accreditation Survey*
102 Keeping Your Nursing Practice on the Right Side of the Law
111 How Intake Screening is Vital to Reducing Legal Liability*
110 From Mega Jail to Mini Jail: New Integrated Teamwork Model for Effective Mental Health Management*
114 A Case of Self-Imposed Starvation: Effective Use of Multidisciplinary Team Strategies*
108 To Clot or Not to Clot: A Pharmacist-Led Multidisciplinary Collaboration of Anticoagulation Management
112 Getting "Vaxxed" to Normal: Vaccine Updates*
119 Correctional Health Is Public Health Is Community Health: Collaboration Is Essential*
118 Health Care Proxies and Guardians: Understanding the Impact on Your Provider-Patient Relationship*
121 Assisting Women in Prison to Heal From Gender Violence*
117 Gender Dysphoria: A Clinical and Legal Update*
124 Life and Lived Experiences of Adults With Chronic Mental Illness*
122 Handheld Point-of-Care Ultrasound Technology: An Emerging Tool for Clinical Decision Making*
126 The Road to Reintegration: California's Conditional Release Program*
128 Navigating Your Future: CCHP, Advanced and Specialty Certifications*
125 What Does Deliberate Indifference Look Like and How Can We Avoid It?*
123 Nursing Sick Call: Sharing Ideas and Best Practices
Tuesday, April 12, 2022
RT-02 APRN Transformation Leadership
RT-06 Maximizing the Effectiveness of Group and Expressive Therapies*
RT-01 Suicide and PTSD in Correctional Staff*
RT-05 Establishing a Productive Health Professional and Security Supervisor Partnership*
133 How Training Corrections Officers on the Science of Addiction Improves Opioid Treatment*
132 Defensive Documentation: Minimize Liability and Avoid Common Charting Pitfalls*
130 Moral Distress in Nursing: Call to Action!
135 Impact of a Patient-Centered Medical Home Model on Correctional Care Performance and Patient Outcomes*
136 Tackling Systemic Racism in Correctional Health Care: An Open Forum*
140 Hepatitis B Management: Easier Than You Think
143 From a Pilot to a Program: Traumatic Brain Injury*
144 Through the Eyes of an Expert Witness: Cognitive Biases, Charting Snafus, and Procedural Conundrums*
145 What PREA Implementation and Compliance Means for the Medical Team*
151 Overdoses of Formulary-Approved Medications: Implications for Policy and Practice*
150 Consent Laws That Impact Health Care Services for Justice-Involved Youth*
147 Use of Telemedicine, Technology, and Teamwork to Optimize Delivery of MAT to Patients*
152 Discharge Planning: A Win for the Community and the Jail*
148 Nursing Process and Critical Thinking
149 Standards of Care: What’s Next for Mental Health in Corrections*
155 Postvention: Supporting Staff After a Patient Dies by Suicide*
153 Reduce Recidivism With an Occupational Medicine Approach*
154 Benefits of an RN Foot and Nail Clinic
156 Paperless Medication Administration: Benefits and Lessons Learned*