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A Leader In Correctional Health Care Research & Publication

Why Publish?

Publishing articles contributes to the knowledge base of correctional health care.  It facilitates the dissemination of evidence-based practices, ensuring that health care professionals within correctional settings have access to the latest research and advancements in the field. This exchange of knowledge helps improve the quality of care provided to incarcerated individuals, addressing their unique health needs, and promoting overall well-being. Additionally, correctional health care research and publication fosters a collaborative environment where experts can share insights, experiences, and innovative approaches. This collaboration not only enhances the expertise of those working in correctional health care but also contributes to the development of comprehensive and effective policies that promote the health and safety of both incarcerated individuals and staff. Ultimately, publishing articles in this domain is a powerful means of advancing the field, promoting informed decision-making, and improving the health outcomes of individuals within correctional facilities.

PrimeCare Medical, Inc. prides itself on being a leader in correctional health care research and publishing.

From Our Blog

Recent Publications

NCCHC’s Spring 2024 CorrectCare magazine features our article on The Many Benefits of Accreditation. Accreditation helps correctional facilities fulfill their duty to provide health care to incarcerated individuals, protects against legal challenges, and contributes to a safer and more accountable correctional environment. Achieving NCCHC accreditation demonstrates a commitment to high-quality correctional health care, and overall well-being of incarcerated individuals and staff alike.

Weber, T., & Williams, T. (2024). The Many Benefits of Accreditation. CorrectCare 38(1), 10-11.

The peer-reviewed Nursing Journal has published Understanding Psychosis in their October 2023 issue. This article details the etiology and diagnosis of psychosis and nursing interventions to provide appropriate care.

Williams, T., & Rollings-Mazza, P. (2023). Understanding Psychosis. Nursing, 53(10), 22-28. doi: 10.1097/01.NURSE.0000977564.10896.47

NCCHC’s Fall 2023 CorrectCare magazine features our article on The Dangers of Cognitive Bias in Correctional Health Care. With understanding and practice, awareness of cognitive bias can lead to positive patient outcomes, healthy collaboration, and better decisions.

Rollings-Mazza, P., & Williams, T. (2023). Cognitive Bias: The clinical dangers of mental ‘shortcuts’. CorrectCare 37(2), 12-13.

NCCHC’s Spring 2023 CorrectCare magazine features our article on Assessing Risk of Violence. Understanding and assessing risk of violence in corrections is essential to identify management techniques that mitigate dangerousness towards others.

Rollings-Mazza, P., & Williams, T. (2023). Assessing risk of violence and immediate dangerousness towards others. CorrectCare 37(1), 8-9.

NCCHC’s Fall 2022 CorrectCare magazine features our article on Decompensation in Segregation: The Harmful Effects of Solitary Confinement.

Williams, T., & Rollings-Mazza, P. (2022). Decompensation in segregation: The harmful effects of solitary confinement. CorrectCare 36(2), 10-11.

The peer-reviewed Frontiers | Psychiatry has published Mental Health of Staff at Correctional Facilities in the United States During the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Burhanullah, M. H., Rollings-Mazza, P., Galecki, J., Van Wert, M., Weber, T., & Malik, M. (2022). Mental Health of Staff at Correctional Facilities in the United States During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Frontiers in psychiatry, 12, 767385.

An online-exclusive for Wolters-Kluwer’s peer-reviewed Nursing Made Incredibly Easy! Caring for… Incarcerated Patients explores the unique challenges associated with caring for incarcerated patients.

Williams, T., & Heavey, E. (2014). Caring for…Incarcerated patients. Nursing made Incredibly Easy! 12(6), 1-4. doi: 10.1097/01.NME.0000454750.80335.25

How to Meet the Challenges of Correctional Nursing is a featured article in the peer-reveiwed Nursing Journal that examines the first-hand experiences of a correctional nurse.

Williams, T., & Heavey, E. (2014). How to meet the challenges of correctional nursing. Nursing, 44(1), 51-54. doi:10.1097/01.NURSE.0000438716.50840.04

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