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She has co-authored several papers on correctional medicine and co-authored a chapter in a correctional medicine textbook on offender mortality rates.
He went on to note that while most physicians take care of individuals who are part of a community, physicians who practice correctional medicine attend to a community of individuals.
Correctional medicine has become an exciting and challenging career for thousands of health professionals.
The story's depiction of specific patient cases, as well as overall care in the field of correctional medicine, portrays serious inaccuracies and does not reflect what the actual medical records show.
is a professor and chairman of the Division of Correctional Medicine at Nova Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine and director of health services for the Florida Department of Corrections.
MedAmerica offers customized services to support emergency, primary and hospital-based care at 120 hospitals, 36 ambulatory and occupational health practices, and eight correctional medicine sites that care for nearly 3 million patients annually.
has helped create a fellowship in correctional medicine and has partnered with the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Florida Department of Corrections, Centers for Disease Control, ACA and others.
Military and Veterans Administration physician executives, along with physician executives working in correctional medicine, will be joining forces with those working in public hospitals in a single online discussion forum.
The Society of Correctional Physicians presents the Armond Start Award of Excellence to an individual who represents the highest of ideals in correctional medicine.
Another area of correctional medicine that has received needed attention is the management of geriatric inmates, as the percentage of older inmates is increasing in many systems.

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