Dr. Jenness presented on the conditions in whichs trans women are living while incarcerated. The objectives are as follows:
1. Gain awareness of the unique "pains of imprisonment" for transgender women.
Decarceration Efforts in the face of Covid-19 will take place via Zoom on March 18th from 4:00 -5:15 p.m. ET. The panel consists of four amazing speakers;
Do you want to work with justice-involved populations? Are you interested in the criminal justice/public health intersect? Maybe you’re an early-career or established researcher that's been looking for an opportunity to work in the criminal justice space?
The SEICHE Center is hosting a webinar on December 2, 2020 from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. on COVID-19 inside prisons and jails, focused on the ethical and logistical complexities of distributing COVID-19 vaccines inside correctional facilities.
Refoundry participants, husband-and-wife Hector and Raven, faced significant barriers to financial stability, secure housing and access to quality health care when they joined our program.
By Felice J.
SAVE THE DATE: 13th Academic & Health Policy Conference on Correctional Health to take place at Raleigh Crabtree Marriott, Raleigh, NC
Lawsuits across the country are seeking better but more expensive care for inmates with the infectious disease, who can spread it upon their release.
Even after she got her first job in correctional medicine, Anne Spaulding, MD, never thought she’d spend her entire career in the field.
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In a corner of Jymie Jimerson’s house in the town of Sparta, in southwestern Missouri, she has set up a kind of shrine. It has Native American art representing her Cherokee heritage alongside Willie Nelson albums, books and photos in remembrance of her late husband.
The 2018 Call for Abstracts for the 11th Academic Health & Policy Conference on Correctional Health has clsoed. Thank you for your submissions!
Getting methadone in jail gave a Connecticut heroin user a firmer foothold in recovery. But fewer than 1 percent of jails and prisons allow it.
The secret to preventing youth violence isn't particularly elusive or mysterious.
Community and family engagement are the key, according to a report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.