Medication administration in small jails>>what's your opinion?
With electronic medication administration technologies, most of the activities for passing meds are validated to the 5 Rs. The challenge is the jail committing to the technology investments that not only reduce medication risks, provide documentation and improved management of medication therapies, but substantially reduce the number of nursing labor hours utilized. A CO or nurse is challenged to complete the med pass within the time allotted and then review compliance, track observations, etc...
Handling Jail Special Populations: A Thumbnail Training GuideGary F. Cornelius
Jail correctional officers (COs) must be “jacks of all trades”-being able to multi task and handle many different types of inmates at one time. During a shift, a jail officer may handle anything from a suicide to a mentally disordered inmate to one acting up inside a segregation unit. It is no wonder that many veteran jail officers, when talking about their careers, agree that no two days are alike-and one never knows what type of inmate he or she will be dealing with at any given time...
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- February – Minority Issues – Challenges of managing minority populations, challenges minority practitioners face email@example.com]
Correctional Program Specialist - Reentry/Reinsertion
Responsible for keeping INL Director, INL/WHP Mexico Program Officers, Mexico’s Corrections Reform Program Coordinator and other U.S. personnel, as appropriate, informed on all matters relating to programs related to reinsertion/reintegration programs, community corrections training programs, advisory assistance and training initiatives in the area of reinsertion and reentry...
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