Since 1994, a diverse group of professionals has come together for the single purpose of planning a conference to meet the unique learning needs of YOU – the nurses and other personnel delivering healthcare in detention and correctional settings across Wisconsin. Thank you for meeting again in 2022 - IN PERSON!
- To enable registered nurses and other correctional personnel to better collaborate and utilize new knowledge and skills to improve the mental and physical health of inmates of adult and juvenile correction and detention facilities
- To optimize the safety, professional satisfaction, and personal resilience of all personnel delivering healthcare in a challenging environment.
- Registered nurses, physicians, counselors, social workers, administrators, and security personnel employed in correctional and detention facilities or health departments.
Regular Registration - $160.00
Student (Full- Time) - $75.00
- Fee includes both Thursday evening and Friday conference days - there is no option to register for a single day.
- Fee includes dinner on Thursday evening; breakfast and lunch on Friday and a printed conference program.
- Pay by Credit Card or request an Invoice for payment when submitting the registration form.
- Registration Deadline - Tuesday, May 3, 2022
REGISTER HERE (closed)
Be advised that we will follow the CDC guidelines for the venue location regarding face masks and/or social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at the event. Registrants will be informed 1 week prior to conference of any such requirements. All attendees are encouraged to consider their own health risk when choosing to wear a mask or social distance at conference even if these are not required.
CONFERENCE SCHEDULE OVERVIEW:
THURSDAY, MAY 5
3:00-5:00 pm NCCHC Exam (see below for registration information)
5:00-5:45 Gathering, cash bar available
5:45-7:30 Conference presentation and Dinner served
7:30-9:00 Social time - join us for games, prizes, dessert and cash bar!
FRIDAY, MAY 6
7:30-8:00 am Registration, Breakfast Buffet, Exhibits
8:00 am-4:00 pm Conference presentations and Lunch served
8.0 contact hours of continuing education credit were available for the 2022 conference.
•• NCPD credit for nurses and other healthcare professionals
•• LESB recertification training credits for law enforcement, jail, and juvenile detention officers
•• NCCHP recertification CE hours for CCHPs
ONLINE CONFERENCE EVALUATION - Participants must have completed the evaluation for each session they attended by May 20, 2022 in order to generate a CE Certificate documenting contact hours earned. The option to have WNA re-open this evaluation for 6 months following the conferences has also expired.
Relevant Financial Relationships: There are no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies for those involved with the ability to control the content of this activity.
Wisconsin Nurses Association is approved with distinction as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver with distinction by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
Handouts and resources received from presenters will be posted here about 1 week before the conference - a blue link will indicate that a handout is available. Participants may download/print handouts as desired – no hardcopies of these posted handouts will be available at the conference. We will continue to upload handouts as they are received...
Health Care Resource Directory - WI DOC July, 2022
Plenary 1 - The Intersection of Ethics and the Practice of Correctional Health Care Professionals
Guiding Principles for Correctional Nursing Practice
AMA Code of Medical Ethics
The 9 ANA Provisions
Making Ethical Decisions
Plenary 2 - 2022 Correctional Healthcare Legal Update
Plenary 3 - Overview of Personality Disorders
Plenary 4 - Positive Psychology: Tools for Self-Care and Burnout Prevention - no handout
Plenary 5 - The In’s and Out’s of Unusual Objects and Substances
Plenary 6 - Bad News Kills – ASQ About Suicide
Plenary 7 - Real Talk: Dealing with Difficult Jail Staff
The NCCHC CCHP certification exam will be offered prior to the start of conference at the Radisson Green Bay on Thursday, May 5, 2022 from 3:00-5:00pm (check in 2:45 - 3:00pm).
Please visit the NCCHC website for more information on deadlines and the application process.
Application deadline is 3/31/22 (but NCCHC says this may be flexible –contact them). Note the final registration deadline is 4/19/22, but there are steps to be completed prior to the deadline, so don’t delay!
See this FLYER for registration details – and share with your colleagues!
A block of standard rooms are available for Thursday, May 5, 2022 at the rate of $90.00/night. You will be required to provide a credit card upon making the reservation, but you will not be charged until you check out. Be prepared to show necessary identification/documentation at check-in to receive the state room rate. If your reservation should be tax-exempt, proof of tax-exempt status must be presented at check in; otherwise, state and local taxes will be charged.
Deadline to reserve at this rate: Thursday, April 14, 2022. To receive the discounted room rate, call 920-494-7300, and identify yourself as a conference attendee for the Correctional Healthcare Conference.
Hotel website: https://www.radissonhotelsamericas.com
Location/Directions: CLICK HERE
We are excited to be back in person, we hope you can join us!
For-Profit Organizations $400
Non-Profit Organizations $150
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE
Refreshment Break - $1000
Breakfast Buffet - $1500
Lunch or Dinner - $2000
- For more specifics on Exhibiting at or Sponsoring this event, please visit the exhibitor/sponsor registration form below
- Registration Deadline: Monday, April 25, 2022
Be advised that we will follow the CDC guidelines for the venue location regarding face masks and/or social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at the event. Registrants (including Exhibitors) will be informed 1 week prior to conference of any such requirements. All attendees are encouraged to consider their own health risk when choosing to wear a mask or social distance at conference even if these are not required.
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