Critical topics such as treating opioid addiction and gender dysphoria are on the agenda the National Commission on Correctional Health Care's conference featuring more than 50 educational sessions on clinical, administrative and legal aspects of health care behind bars.
In-depth, pre-conference seminars will explore key issues such as medication-assisted treatment and quality improvement as well as NCCHC’s Standards for managing medical and mental health care delivery in prisons, jails and juvenile facilities.
Professionals can earn up to 26.75 hours of continuing education credit by attending the conference and pre-conference seminars. Other highlights include opportunities for networking, breakfast roundtable discussions, educational lunches and an exhibit hall featuring valuable products and services.
All conference activities take place at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta. For more information or to register, visit www.ncchc.org/spring-conference.
Questions? Contact Barbara Granner.