The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences provides correctional medicine webinars in an educational collaboration with the American College of Correctional Physicians. Lectures are accessible as enduring material. Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits for only these enduring materials are available from GW at no cost for health care professionals.
Title: "Justice-Involved Transgender and Gender Non-conforming Youth"
Presented by Danielle (Danny) King, Esq., Senior Youth Policy Counsel, National Center for Lesbian Rights; John Barringer Steever, MD, Associate Professor, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center; Michelle Staples-Horne MD, MS, MPH, CCHJP, Medical Director Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice
Justice-Involved Transgender and Gender Non-conforming Youth
Title: "Clinical Update in Correctional Medicine: What do Clinicians Need to Know in 2021?"
Presented by Newton E. Kendig, MD, Clinical Professor, George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Update in Correctional Medicine
Title: "Opt-Out Sexually Transmitted Infection Testing in Immigrant Detention"
Presented by CAPT Edith Lederman, Lead, Infectious Disease Program, ICE Health Service Corps (IHSC), Adjunct Professor, San Diego State University of Public Health
Opt-Out STI Testing
Title: "Ethical Dilemmas and Challenges in Correctional Health Care "
Presented by Susan Rashid, D.O., Correctional Medicine Fellow with Nova Southeastern University, Dr. Kiran C. Patel College of Osteopathic Medicine, Board-Certified Family Medicine Physician, Board-Eligible Correctional Medicine Physician with Centurion Health; Herbert Kaldany, D.O., Director of Psychiatry, Mental Health, and Addiction Services with New Jersey Department of Corrections
Title: "Advancing the Care of Justice-Involved Patients with Opioid Use Disorder in 2022 "
Dr. Joshua Lee, an addiction medicine specialist and national authority on criminal justice health care, will present an update of strategies to treat justice-involved patients with opioid use disorder, including his recent study published in JAMA Network Open. 2021;4(9):e212032.“Comparison of Treatment Retention of Adults with Opioid Addiction Managed with Extended-Release Buprenorphine vs Daily Sublingual Buprenorphine-Naloxone at Time of Release from Jail."
Opioid Use Disorder in Justice-Involved Patients