POSTERS

Posters are available during Exhibit Hall hours. Meet with the poster authors to discuss their findings during the Exhibit Hall Opening Reception on Sunday evening.

200 Optimizing Rapid HIV Testing in a Large Urban JailLukas Bobak BS The MetroHealth System
Michael Gierlach BS, MPH Cuyahoga County Corrections Center
Ann Avery MD The MetroHealth System
201 Correctional Officers' Health Beliefs and COVID-19 Vaccine SkepticismYvane Ngassa BA Tufts Medical Center
Alysse Wurcel MD, MS Tufts University School of Medicine
202 Development of a Guideline for Managing Sleep Disturbances in Incarcerated YouthElizabeth Jacobs RN University of Utah
203 Decreasing Juvenile Recidivism Rates With Care ManagementShannon Myatt RN, APRN, CNP Hamilton County Juvenile Court Youth Center
204 Trial of an Available Technology Dressing for Limited Resource SettingsLinda Benskin PhD, RN-C Ferris Mfg. Corp (Makers of Polymem Wound Dressings)
205 Uncontrolled: Drugs of Abuse Among the Correctional PopulationNancy Chia PharmD Diamond Pharmacy Services & Medical Supply
206 Delirium Identification and Outcomes Among Older Adults Hospitalized While IncarceratedFarah Kaiksow MD University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
207 A Study of Characteristics of Chronic PainG. Steven Hammond MD, PhD Washington State Department of Corrections
Yoriko Kozuki PhD Washington State Department of Corrections
Karie Rainer PhD Washington State Department of Corrections
208 A Close Look at the Costs of In-patient HospitalizationWill Boles BS LSUHSC School of Medicine
Karissa Page MPH Louisiana Department of Health
209 Development of the MIND-TD Questionnaire to Facilitate Dialogue About Tardive DyskinesiaTeri Peck PhD Neurocrine Biosciences
210 Predictors of Probation Outcome and Recidivism Among Nonviolent Offenders in Mandated Drug TreatmentKira Johnson MA, MS Florida Institute of Technology
211 Jail-Based Behavioral Health Services in Colorado: Obstacles and SuccessesBecky Huckaby Colorado Behavioral Health Administration
212 Barriers to the Provision of Maintenance Therapy with MOUD in U.S. Jails and PrisonsClaire Wolfe MA, MPH, CCHP NCCHC Resources, Inc.