Conference San Diego • Nov 6 & 7, 2014

CA-NV ACHSA Fall Conference – Providing HealthCare to Incarcerated Patients

Continuing Education Certificates will be provided for Nursing, California MFT & LCSW; Psychologists and Physicians

Applications have been submitted to accrediting agencies for attendees to receive  up to 14.00 approved credits for participation in this program! 

Wednesday November 5, 2014  1830 – 2030

NCCHC CCHP Certification PROGRAM testing

Thursday November 6, 2014

0730 – 0830  Exhibitions and Breakfast

0830 – 0900 Introduction, Welcome, Business Meeting with Membership K. Ball, DO, President, CME Calipatria State Prison, Ca-Nv ACHSA President

0900 – 0955 Keynote Talk – “What’s New in Correctional Healthcare Standards and the Law that You’d Better Know or Else…”  Chris Swanberg, JD, Senior Staff Counsel IV CCHCS Receivers Office of Legal Affairs

1000-1055 “Hepatitis C Treatment: The Times They are A Changing”  Lesley Carmichael, D.O.  CCHCS Staff Physician, Telemedicine

1100-1120 Break and Exhibitions

1125-1220 “Pregnancy Behind Bars”  Arinder Chadha, MD  Chief Physician & Surgeon California Institution for Women

1225-1335 General Session & Lunch “Prescription Task Force – What Do We Need to Do to Stop Deaths from Prescribed Narcotics” Laura Sweet Deputy Chief Enforcement of Medical Board of California and Ron Lewis, MD– Board Member – Medical Board of California, Staff Physician Ironwood State Prison

1340-3500 Break, announcements, door prizes

1350-1445  “Unfamiliar and Bizarre Presentations of Coccidiomycosis and Other Infectious Diseases in Inmates”  Richard Smith, M.D.  – Infectious Diseases Tri City Medical Center

1445-1500 Break and Exhibits

1500-1555 “Clinical Challenges In Treating Incarcerated Young Adults” Robert D. Jones, MD,  Medical Director Juvenile Correctional System State of Arizona

1600-1655 Your day in court – preparing for inevitable deposition or trial testimony – tips from the Attorney General Panel Discussion with Terrance Sheehy JD. John Walters JD, and Bruce Barnett, MD, JD

1700-1730 Regional Medical Service Meeting Medical Directors, Regional Inmate Medical Services for Ventura, LA, Orange, San Diego, Riverside, San Bernardino

1730-1930 Reception

Friday November 7, 2014

0700-0800 Exhibitions & Breakfast

0800-0855 “Provider Health and Well Being – Taking care of yourself as a priority.”  Pankaj Kara, M.D., Staff Physician, RJD

 0900-0955 “Preventative Health Care and Screening Tests: What’s New – What’s In and What’s Out”  Patricia Newton, M.D., Staff Physician,   RJD

1000-1055  “Applying Federal Standards of Care in County Jails and State Prisons – Where Club Fed and the State Pen Meet” Susan Turner RN,  Turner Healthcare

1100-1155   “Facts and Fictions about Vitamins, Fiber, Food Allergies and the Jail/Prison Diet – Good Soup and Bad Soup” Anna M. Rivera, RDN Assistant Director Dietetics Department of State Hospital – CA Health Care Facility, Stockton

1200-1220 Break and Exhibits

1220-1320 General Session & Lunch:  “Sexual Predators Behind the Wire – Health and Safety Implications for Inmates and Providers” Lieutenant Roger Nelson, Jr., CDCR

1335-1430 “Avoiding Improper Familiarity with Inmates” Corey Scheidegger, Ph.D, Senior Psychologist, RJD

1220-1330 “Safety Program Development / Workplace Violence”  Samuel Rosales, BPA Health Services Administrator – Worker Occupational Safety and Health Specialist, Detention Health Services Contra Costa County Jail

1530-1545  Closing Ceremony K. Ball, DO,  Ca-Nv ACHSA President


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