2015 Presentations

Final Schedule (PDF)




7:30–8 a.m.

Registration and Breakfast


8–8:30 a.m.

Welcoming Remarks


8:30–9:45 a.m.


The Criminal Justice System as a Health Care Provider: Using Implementation Science to Advance Evidence Based Practices Faye S. Taxman, PhD, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA


9:45–10 a.m.



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10–11 a.m.


S1: Substance Abuse Seminar

JJ-TRIALS: Implementation Research in the Juvenile Justice System - Anne Spaulding, MD MPH, Emory University School of Medicine, Michelle Staples-Horne, Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice

S2: Mental Health Seminar

Evolution of Correctional Psychiatry: A Curriculum for the Next Generation of Correctional Psychiatrists - Robert Trestman, PhD, MD, University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Kenneth Appelbaum, MD, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Jeffrey Metzner, MD, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center

S3: Reentry Seminar

Evaluation Findings from Supportive Housing Programs for Justice-Involved Individuals: Implications for System Change and Research - Kim Keaton, MPA, Corporation for Supportive Housing, Jocelyn Fontaine, PhD, Urban Institute, Angela Aidala, PhD, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health

S4: Special Populations Seminar

End-of-Life Care in Prison: Implication of a Scoping Review - Cindy Peternelj-Taylor, BScN, MSc, Lorraine Holtslander, BSN, MN, PhD, Vicky Duncan, BA, MLS, (all) University of Saskatchewan, Meridith Burles, PhD, Thompson Rivers University


11–11:15 a.m.



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11:15–12:15 p.m.


L1: Substance Abuse Lectures

Introducing an Opioid Substitution Program into a Unified Correctional System: The Connecticut Example - Kathleen Maurer, MD, MPH, MBA, Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services

Substance abuse, psychiatric disorders, and risks of all-cause mortality in released prisoners - Seena Fazel, MD, University of Oxford

L2: Mental Health Lectures

Trauma During Incarceration and Implications for Successful Reentry - Johanna Elumn, LMSW, PhD(c), Equity Research and Innovation Center (ERIC)

L3: Public Health Lectures

Primary, acute and tertiary health service utilisation after release from prison: prospective data linkage study - Stuart Kinner, PhD, Megan Carroll, BBioMed(Hons), (all) University of Melbourne, David Preen, PhD, University of Western Australia, Nick Lennox, MBBS, PhD, University of Queensland Mater Hospitals, Robert Ware, PhD, University of Queensland, Robert Power, PhD, Burnet Institute Melbourne, Tony Butler, PhD, Kirby Institute, UNSW

The Phoenix Project: Health Workshops in a Correctional Setting - Jennifer Moyer, BA, Nathan Potter, BA, (all) Tufts University School of Medicine

L4: Health Policy Lectures

Defeating Death from Heat in Prison: A Cool Collaboration - Susi Vassallo, MD, Emergency Medicine, Gabe Eber, JD, National Prison Project of the ACLU, Ranjana Natarajan, JD, University of Texas Law School

State Correctional Health Care Expenditures - Matt McKillop, MPP, Pew Charitable Trusts

L5: Women's Health Lectures

Should women in prison ever be sterilized? Health policy, practice, and ethics - Rachel Roth, PhD, Independent Scholar & Consultant, Sara Ainsworth, JD, Seattle University School of Law

The Social Ecology of Cervical Cancer: Identifying Women at Risk in the Prison System - Annekathryn Goodman, MD, MS, Emeline Aviki, MD, MBA, (all) Harvard Medical School


12:15–1 p.m.



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1–2 p.m.


An Interactive Discussion on Hepatitis C in Corrections - Richard Feffer, MS, CCHP, Hepatitis Education Project

Growing a Student-Led Advocacy Community - Andreas Mitchell, BA, Harvard University, Kathryn Brubaker, BA; Carly Hudelson, BA, MSc; Janine Knudsen, BA, Anna Ruman, BA, Tamara Rodriguez Reichberg, BA, MA, (all) Harvard Medical School, Rahela Aziz-Bose, BA, Julia Randall, BA, Stephen Martin, MD, EdM, (all) University of Massachusetts Medical School, Bobby Carey, BA, Boston University School of Medicine, Josiah Rich, MD, MPH, The Center for Prisoner Health and Human Rights

Health Equity Among Incarcerated Female Adolescents and Adult Women: Infectious and Other Disease Morbidity - Tanya LeBlanc, PhD, Laurie Reid, BSN, (all) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Research Group on Mortality Among Former Offenders - Warren Ferguson, MD, University of Massachusetts Medical School

CFAR Collaboration on HIV in Corrections: An informal discussion to develop national collaborations to research HIV and other infectious diseases in correctional settings - Josiah Rich, MD, MPH, Brown University School of Medicine and The Miriam Hospital, Brad Brockmann, Center for Prisoner Health and Human Rights


2–3 p.m.


PS1: Substance Abuse Peer Sessions

A Randomized Controlled Trial of Buprenorphine for Prisoners - Michael Gordon, DPA, Timothy Kinlock, PhD, Robert Schwartz, MD, (all) Friends Research Institute, Inc., Stevenson University

Receipt of Pharmacotherapy for Opioid Use Disorder: Comparing Justice-Involved Veterans with Other Veterans - Andrea Finlay, PhD, Susan Frayne, MD, MPH, Alex Sox-Harris, PhD, (all) VA Palo Alto Health Care System, Ingrid Binswanger, MD, Univ of CO Hlth Sci Ctr

On the relationship between drug use, drug-related arrests, and chronic pain among adults on probation - Jennifer Reingle Gonzalez, PhD, University of Texas School of Public Health, Faye Taxman, PhD, George Mason University, Scott Walters, PhD, University of North Texas Health Science Center

PS2: Practice Redesign Peer Sessions

Aging in Prions and Multimorbidity of Chronic Health Conditions - Kathryn Nowotny, MA, University of Colorado Boulder

An Evidence-based Approach to Sexual Assault: Using SANE Nurses for Forensic Examinations - Lynn Bill, RN, MPA, CCHP, Georgia Regents University, Madison Gates, PhD, Medical College of Georgia FPR

Patients' Experiences Managing Cardiovascular Disease and its Risk Factors in Prison and on Release - Emily Thomas, MS, Emily Wang, MD, MAS, Department of Internal Medicine, Leslie Curry, MPH, PhD, Peggy Chen, MD, MSc, MHS, RAND

The Experience of Primary Care at a Provincial Detention Centre in Hamilton, ON - Samantha Green, MD, St. Michael's Hospital, Fiona Kouyoumdjian, MD, PhD, Centre for Research on Inner City Health

PS3: Infectious Disease Peer Sessions

HCV rapid testing in probation and parole offices in Rhode Island - Nick Zaller, PhD, Univ of AR Med Sci-Sch of Med, Emily Patry, BS, Lauri Bazerman, MS, (all) The Miriam Hospital, Irene Kuo, PhD, MPH, The George Washington University Milken Institute, Ann Kurth, PhD, CNM, FAAN, New York University College of Nursing, Curt Beckwith, MD

Predicting the Benefit from Opt-out Hepatitis C Screening in United States Prisons through Mathematical Modeling - Jagpreet Chhatwal, PhD, Health Services Research, Tianhu He, student, Mark Roberts, MD, John Grefenstette, PhD, (all) University of Pittsburgh, Kan Li, MS, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Turgay Ayer, PhD, Georgia Institute of Technology, Anne Spaulding, MD, Emory University

Cognitive impairment and linkage to care among HIV positive individuals released from Jail - Mi-Suk Kang Dufour, PhD, MPH, UCSF-CHN Fam Prac Res

Measuring the Health Impact of Incarceration on HIV Positive Individuals - Lauren Brinkley-Rubinstein, PhD, Vanderbilt University SOM

PS4: Primary Care and Reentry Peer Sessions

Incidence, patterns and healthcare sequelae of primary care use in a cohort of ex-prisoners - Megan Carroll, BBiomed, Stuart Kinner, PhD, Spittal Matthew, PhD, Georgina Sutherland, PhD, (all) University of Melbourne, Nick Lennox, PhD, Mater Research Institute-UQ, David Preen, PhD, Anna Kemp, PhD, (all) The University of Western Australia

Community-based patient navigation improves post-incarceration linkage to care when added to transitional case management - Ryan Westergaard, MD, PHD, Department of Medicine

Working Inside for Smoking Elimination: Evaluation of a Video Intervention - Jonathan Thorndike, BA, Jennifer Clarke, MD, (all) Brown Univ SOM, Mem Hosp of Rhode Island

The Triple Health Burden at Release: Substance Abuse, Mental, and Physical Health Needs upon Reentry - Julianne Siegfriedt, MA, Stephanie Hartwell, PdD, (all) University of Massachusetts Medical School

PS5: Women's Health Peer Sessions

The Collaborative Generation of Guidelines for Prison Maternal-Child Units in Canada - Ruth Martin, MD, MPH, FCFP, Collaborating Centre for Prison Health & Education

Unintended Pregnancy and Contraceptive Use among Incarcerated Women in Ontario, Canada - Jessica Liauw, MD, McMaster University

Women's experiences with food and eating in Danish prison: A comparative analysis - Amy Smoyer, PhD, Yale School of Public Health, Linda Minke, PhD, University of Southern Denmark

HIV Prevention for Women Partners of Incarcerated or Recently Released Men: A Cross-site Evaluation - Katie Kramer, MSW, MPH, Sharon McDonell, MPH, Barry Zack, MPH, (all) The Bridging Group, Megan Comfort, PhD, RTI International and University of California, SF


3–3:15 p.m.



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3:15–4:15 p.m.


PS6: Research Methods Peer Sessions

Challenges in Conducting Health-Related Research in Prisons and Jails: Strategies from Corrections Administrators and Advocates - Gloria Eldridge, PhD, Staci Corey, MS, (all) University of Alaska Anchorage, Barry Zack, MPH, Katie Kramer, MSW, MPH, (all) The Bridging Group, Mark Johnson, PhD, Pacific University

Methods to Improve Testing, Confidentiality, and Results Disclosure in the Rhode Island ACI - Madeline Borges, Elizabeth Olsson, Jennifer Clarke, BA, MD, (all) Brown Univ SOM, Mem Hosp of RI

Development of a Randomized Controlled Trial for Prison Leavers with Mental Health Problems - Richard Byng, PhD, Plymouth University

PS7: Mental Health Peer Sessions

Gender Differences in Diagnoses and Treatment Access Among Justice-Involved Veterans - Andrea Finlay, PhD, VA Palo Alto Health Care System, Ingrid Binswanger, MD, Univ of CO Hlth Sci Ctr, Alex Sox-Harris, PhD, Susan Frayne, MD, MPH, (all) VA Palo Alto Health Care System

Psychiatric Morbidity and Posttraumatic Symptoms (PTS) among Male and Female Prisoners in Puerto Rico - Coralee Perez, PhD, Center for Evaluation and Sociomedical Research

Suicidal Ideation in Older Inmates - Lisa Barry, PhD, MPH

A Life Course Approach to Mental Health and Post-Release Adjustment in Southern Women with HIV - Courtenay Sprague, PhD, David Pantalone, PhD, (all) Univ of MA Med Ctr, Shelley Brown, MPH, College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences

PS8: HIV and Reentry Peer Sessions

Linkage to HIV Care after release from the Dallas County Jail - Ank Nijhawan, MD, MPH, Princess Iroh, MS, (all) Univ of TX, Southwestern Med School

Types and Quantities of Support Services Utilized by HIV-infected Individuals in the Year After Release - Timothy Buisker, MPH, UCSF-CHN Fam Prac Res

Engagement in HIV care during reentry: Preliminary qualitative findings from the Wisconsin Transitions Study - Emily Barker, BS, Ryan Westergaard, MD, PhD, (all) University of Wisconsin

How Family and Social Relationships Affect Access to Treatment for Recently Released HIV-infected Prisoners - Julia Rozanova, PhD, Ambika Bhushan, BA, MSc, Shan-Estelle Brown, PhD, Ruthanne Marcus, PhD, Frederick Altice, MD, (all) Yale Program on AIDS

PS9: Workforce and Training Peer Sessions

An evaluation of the impact of the Academic and Health Policy Conference on Correctional Health - Warren Ferguson, MD, Judith Savageau, MPH, (all) University of Massachusetts Medical School

The Lifespan/Brown Criminal Justice Research Training Program on Substance Use, HIV, and Co-Morbidities - Curt Beckwith, MD; Bradley Brockmann, JD, Lauri Bazerman, MS, Anna Tomasulo, MA, MPH, (all) The Miriam Hospital, Julia Harvey, BA, Brown University School of Public Health, Amy Nunn, ScD, Brown University

Assessing stigma towards illegal drug users among health care providers in a state prison system - Carmen Albizu-Garcia, MD, University of Puerto Rico, School of Public Health

Fear of Police - Barrier or Facilitator to Entry and Retention on OST in Ukraine? - Alyona Mazhnaya, MPH, MS, Zahedul Islam, (all) ICF International HIV/AIDS Alliance in Ukraine, Martha Bojko, PhD, Ruthanne Marcus, PhD, Frederick Altice, MD, (all) Section of Infectious Diseases, AIDS Program

PS10: Women's Health/Juvenile Justice Peer Sessions

ARRESTING HOPE: participatory health research in a women's prison in BC - Ruth Martin, MD, MPH, FCFP, Collaborating Centre for Prison Health & Education

Project CARE (Contraceptive Awareness & Reproductive Education) Video Project - Yacine Sow, Brown Univ SOM, Mem Hosp of Rhode Island

Project HOME: Los Angeles: An Empowerment Program for Women with Incarcerated Partners - Lauren Casey, PhD(c), Oisin O'Shaughnessy, MPH, (all) Center for Health Justice

The Relationship between Psychosocial Factors, High Risk Sexual Behaviors and STI among Detained Juveniles - Michelle Staples-Horne, MD, MPH, Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice, Madison Gates, PhD, Institute of Public and Preventive Health


4:15–4:30 p.m.



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4:30–5:30 p.m.


L6: Workforce and Special Populations Lectures

Revitalization of a Certified Nursing Assistant Training Programfor Inmate Workers - Colleen Gallagher, MA, CT Department of Correction, Candace Pettigrew, BSN, Cindy Letavec, BSN (all) UCONN Health Center

Creating and Sustaining Change for Enhancing Prison End-of-Life Care - Susan Loeb, PhD, RN, FGSA, FAAN, Penn State College of Nursing

L7: Mental Health Lectures

Serious Mental Illness, Tobacco, and Mortality Rates in Prison - Jeffery Dickert, PhD, Rusty Reeves, MD, (all) Rutgers, University Correctional Health Care

Prevention of suicidal behavior in jails and prisons - Seena Fazel, MD, University of Oxford

L8: Infectious Disease Lectures

Infectious disease screening: Using data to guide interventions in resource constrained settings - John May, MD , Armor Correctional Health Services, Herbert Norvelus, MD, Karine Duverger, BA, (all) Health thorugh Walls, Liz Smith, BS, Emory University, Aiden Varan, MPH, CDC/CSTE Applied Epidemiology Fellow, Anne Spaulding, MD, Emory Family Practice Res Prog

Identifying Gaps in the HIV Care Continuum in Washington State Jails - Lara Strick, MD MS, Lauren Fanning, (all) Washington State Department of Corrections, Marc Stern, MD MPH, University of Washington

L9: Workforce Training Lectures

Development of a Student-Faculty Collaborative Clinic in Nashua Street Jail, Boston, MA - Kimberly Sue, PhD, Nora Abo-Sido, Tamara Rodriguez Reichberg, (all) Harvard Medical School

Expanding and Improving Medical Procedures Done On-Site - Hugh Silk, MD, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Robert Mayer, NP, Concord MCI

L10: PREA Lectures

An InSANEly Revolutionary Approach to Sexual Assault Examinations Behind Bars - Latasha Deer, RN, MSN, MSHCA, CCHP, Chestnut Hill Hospital FMR, Mary Silva, BSN, MBA, CCHP, NE-BC, Corizon Health


6–7:30 p.m.



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7:30–8:30 a.m.

Breakfast and Networking


8:30–9:30 a.m.


S5: Substance Abuse Seminar

Opioids, CJS Populations, and Medication Assisted Treatment: Jail, Prison, and Community CJS Clinical Trials - Joshua Lee, MD, MSc, New York University, Sandra Springer, MD, Yale AIDS Program, Peter Friedmann, MD MPH, The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, David Farabee, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles, Robert Schwartz , MD, Friends Research Institute, Redonna Chandler, PhD, National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Drug Abuse

S6: Mental Health Seminar

Transforming delivery of mental health services in a large correctional system - Daniel Antonius, PhD, Corey Leidenfrost, PhD, (all) University at Buffalo, School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Michael Ranney, CRC-R, LMHC, Erie County Department of Mental Health

S7: Research Seminar

Health and Health Care among Correctional Populations: Recent findings and data collection efforts - Laura Maruschak, MA, Daniela Golinelli, PhD, (all) Bureau of Justice Statistics, Ingrid Binswanger, MD, MPH, MS, FACP, University of Colorado

S8: Health Policy Seminar

Prison-Based Peer Health Education: Understanding Benefits to Inmates, Institutions and Communities - Bradley Brockmann, JD, MDiv, Center for Prisoner Health and Human Rights, Joseph Bick, MD, California Medical Facility, Daniel Dewsnup, DO, Ann Shindo, PhD, (all) Oregon Department of Corrections, Julie Lifshay, MPH PhD, Centerforce, Lara Strick, MD, Washington State Department of Corrections


9:30–9:45 a.m.



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9:45–11 a.m.


Global perspective on HIV and gender-based violence among women who use drugs and are involved in the criminal justice system: Multilevel HIV prevention strategies - Dr. Nabila El-Bassel, Columbia University School of Social Work


11–11:15 a.m.



11:15a.m.–12:15 p.m.


A Focus on Function: Occupational Therapy in the Criminal Justice System - Jaime Munoz, PhD, Department of Occupational Therapy

Addressing obesity and other health disparities among female inmates through a participatory stress-reduction intervention - Jessica Carrothers, BA, University of Michigan Medical School

Assessing chronic disease care in corrections - Jenerius Aminawung, MD, MPH, Yale University School of Medicine

Assessing reentry planning needs of Latinos in prison: Informing social work practices - Sugeily Rivera-Suazo, MSW, University of Puerto Rico, School of Public Health

Barriers to implementation of rehabilitative programming in Massachusetts state prisons - Anna Winston, BS, Ylisabyth Bradshaw, DO, MS, (all) Tufts University School of Medicine, Pamela Tsinteris, MD, MPH, Family Health Center of Worcester

Characterizing Effects of Stigma on Treatment Seeking in Malaysian Prisoners with History of Opioid Use - Trena Mukherjee, BA, Yale AIDS Program

Criminal Justice Barriers to Opioid Substitution Therapy (OST) Use in Ukraine - Ruthanne Marcus, PhD, MPH, Martha Bojko, PhD, Frederick Altice, MD, MA, (all) Yale School of Medicine, Alyona Mazhnaya, MPH, Zahedul Islam, BS, (all) ICF International HIV/AIDS Alliance in Ukraine, Sergey Dvoryak, MD, PhD, Ukrainian Institute on Public Health Policy

Developing and Implementing a Unique Assessment and Documentation Form for Correctional Nurse Patient Encounters - Constance Weiskopf, PhD APRN, Kelly Quijano, RN-BC MSN, Michael Nicholson, RN MBA, (all) UCONN Health

Developing Capacity and a Culturally Appropriate Mindfulness Intervention for Inner City Survivors of Violence - Stephanie Hartwell, PhD, Carl Fulwiler, MD, (all) University of Massachusetts Medical School

Does Community Treatment Work in Reducing Arrests of Mental Health Court Participants? - Woojae Han, MSW, Allison Redlich, PhD, (all) School of Criminla Justice, University at Albany

Extended-release naltrexone to reduce relapse to alcohol use for HIV-infected prisoners transitioning to the community - Archana Krishnan, PhD, Angela DiPaola, MS, Frederick Altice, PhD, Tiaira winn, MS, Sandra Springer, MD, (all) Yale University School of Medicine

Health Research Dissemination Strategies for Persons with an Incarceration Experience - Mackenzie Goodrich, BA, Theresa Kapetanovic, PhD RN, Megan Ehret, PharmD, MS, Alexander Filimon, BS, Jillian Garcia, BS, MA, Deborah Shelton, PhD RN, (all) University of Connecticut School of Nursing

HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis-C Risk Associations with Incarceration for Homeless Latino Substance Users - Taylor Hall, MA, Boston University School of Social Work

Integrating Multiple Levels of Pharmacy Students into an Academic Medical Center's Correctional Pharmacy Practice Model - Martha Barman, PharmD, Robert Guynn, RPh, Robyn Wahl, PharmD, (all) University of Connecticut School of Medicine

Mortality rates and causes of death of people detained in Ontario, Canada in 2000 - Fiona Kouyoumdjian, MD, MPH, PhD, St. Michael's Hospital

Nurse Perceived Competency Following Training - Shelja Patel, BS, University of Connecticut School of Medicine

Partnering with Wyoming Corrections to Improve Viral Hepatitis Vaccination and Testing - Ashley Grajczyk, MPH, Tai Cooper, BS, (all) Wyoming Department of Health

Personality Disorders in the Corrections Population - Sundeep Virdi, MD, JD, Robert Trestman, MD, PHD, (all) University of Connecticut School of Medicine

Pilot Evaluation of 3-Month Isoniazid-Rifapentine Treatment for Latent TB Infection in the BOP - Newton Kendig, MD, Sarah Bur, RN, MPH, Martin Johnston, RPh, Sherri Wheeler, RN, BSN, Tushar Patel, MD, (all) Federal Bureau of Prisons

Prisoner enrollment in clinical research: a qualitative study of influences on decision making - Lorena Garcia, BA, MD, MPH(c), The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Paul Christopher, MD, Brown University

Should Prisoners be Compensated for Research Participation? Results from a Nationwide Survey - Divya Ravi, BA, Becky White, MD, MPH, Dania Munson, BA, (all) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Paul Christopher, MD, Brown University

Social Challenges for Correctional Nurses Delivering Healthcare - Alyssa Zabin, Denise Panosky , DNP, (all) University of Connecticut School of Medicine

Social Work Roles in Working with Prisoners with Mental Illness and/or Substance Use Disorders - Hiroki Toi, MSW, University of Connecticut School of Social Work

StaySafe: An app to help Probationers make better decisions on health risk behaviors - Wayne Lehman, PhD, Texas Christian University

Sustaining Community Health Workers in Correctional Health: Payment Models aligned with the Affordable Care Act - Rumana Rabbani, BA, Jennifer Grasso, MPH(c), Rongrong Wang, MPH(c), (all) Yale School of Public Health, Ahsan Malik, MD, Yale-Griffin Hospital

The Prevalence of Obesity and Related Health Problems in the US Female Prison Population - Candice R. Hodge, MA, Marie Jipguep-Akhtar, PhD, Rebecca Reviere, PhD, Vernetta Young, PhD, (all) Howard University Family Health Center, Valerie Stackman, PhD, University of Wisconsin Plateville

"They didn't give up on me:" women's transitions clinic from the perspective of re-entering women - Katherine Thomas, BA, BS, Diane Morse, MD, (all) University of Rochester Medical Center

Using electronic health records to identify incarceration history among veterans - Clara H. Kim, BA, Jessica B. Long, MPH, (all) Yale University School of Medicine, Jonathan R. Bates, PhD, Farah A. Kidwai-Khan, MS, (all) VA Connecticut Healthcare System, Cynthia A. Brandt, MD, MPH, Amy C. Justice, MD, PhD, (all) Yale University School of Medicine, VA Connecticut Healthcare System, Emily A. Wang, MD, MAS, Yale University School of Medicine, Yale University School of Public Health


12:15–1:15 p.m.



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1:15–2:15 p.m.


PS11: Public Health Peer Sessions

Timing and Causes of Mortality among Former Inmates in Connecticut - Andrew Cislo, PhD, Jonathan Dirlam, Ohio State University, Robert Aseltine, PhD

Who gains weight while incarcerated? Groundwork for a collaborative health intervention - Nell Baldwin, BA, Jennifer Clarke MD, MPH (all) Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

Cost Comparison and Clinical Evaluation of Blood Test for Tuberculosis (TB) in a Correctional Setting - Princess Iroh, MSc, Internal Medicine

The acceptability of a football-based healthy lifestyle programme delivered to inmates in two Scottish prisons - Matt Maycock, PhD, University of Glasgow

PS12: Recidivism Peer Sessions

Association between Measures of Patient Health and Risk of Recidivism - Nathan Birnbaum, BA; Aris Springs, Emily Wang, MD, MAS, (all) Yale School of Medicine, David Pflaum, BA, Shira Shavit, MD, (all) University of California, San Francisco, Faye Taxman, PhD, George Mason University, Jenerius Aminawung, MD, MPH

Street Scholars Peer Mentoring Program for Formerly Incarcerated College Students: A CBPR Project - Ellizabeth Marlow, PhD, FNP, The Gamble Institute

Barriers to participation in rehabilitative programming in Massachusetts state prisons - Pam Tsinteris, MD, MPH, Univ of MA Med Ctr, Libby Bradshaw, DO, MS, Public Health and Community Medicine Department, Anna Winston, BS, Tufts University SOM

Supporting Reentry and Reducing Recidivism for Individuals Experiencing Serious Mental Illness - Genevieve Rowe, MS, King County Mental Health &Chemical Abuse Services

PS13: Infectious Disease Peer Sessions

Awareness of HIV and AIDS among prison inmates in Maharashtra, India - Sayantani Guin, PhD, School of Social Work

Participatory Prison Community-Based HIV Prevention Feasibility Research Project - Ruth Martin, MD, MPH, FCFP, Collaborating Centre for Prison Health & Education

Navigator-Enhanced Case Management Improves Linkage to HIV Care within 2 months of Release from Jail - Janet Myers, PhD, MPH, Mi-Suk Kang Dufour, PhD, MPH, Timothy Buisker, MPH, (all) UCSF-CHN Fam Prac Res, Alissa Riker, San Francisco Sheriff's Department

Supporting providers in delivering more sensitive healthcare to justice-involved women at high-risk of acquiring HIV - Cynthia Golembeski, MPH, Saadiq Bey, MSW, (all) The Fortune Society, Kathy Boudin, EdD, Columbia University, Fikerte Fisseha, BS, Public Health Solutions HIV Care Services, Shruti Ramachandran, MPH, MID, Kathleen Scanlin, MPH, Nana Mensah, MPH, (all) NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

PS14: Health Policy Peer Sessions

The Unintended Health Effects of Criminal Justice Policy: Mandatory Sentencing Laws and AIDS Notification Rates - Daniel Winetsky, MD, MS, Univ of Pennsylvania FPRP

Policy-Imposed Ethical Conflicts for Healthcare Providers in Solitary Confinement and Use-of-Force Scenarios - Scott Delaney, JD, Harvard School of Public Health, Leonard Rubenstein, JD, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Gabriel Eber, JD, MPH, American Civil Liberties Union

The Medical Symposium on Mass Incarceration: Building an Interprofessional Community of Advocates - Andreas Mitchell, AB, Kathryn Brubaker, AB, Carly Hudelson, AB, MSc, Anna Ruman, AB; Stephen Martin, MD, EdM, Barre Family Health Center


2:15–2:30 p.m.



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2:30–3:30 p.m.


L11: Substance Abuse Lectures

Electronic Cigarettes: Orange (or Transparent) is the New Black - Lori Karan, MD, Department of Public Safety, Hawaii

L12: Mental Health Lectures

Does psychiatric illness increase the risk of violent recidivism? - Seena Fazel, MD, University of Oxford

CT DOC Involunatry Psychiatric Treatment: Policy & Practice - Sohrab Zahedi, MD, Robert Berger, MD, Paul Chaplin, PhD, (all) University of Connecticut School of Medicine

L13: Infectious Disease and Reentry Lectures

Implementing Evidence-Based Pregnancy, STI & HIV Prevention Intervention for Youth in a Juvenile Detention Center - Kia Thacker, MPH, The Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Campaign of NC, Mercida Hampton, LCC, Phoenix Counseling Center

Prison as Primary Care: How Correctional Healthcare Experiences Could Inform Community Healthcare Access - Christopher Wildeman, PhD, Dept. of Policy Analysis & Management, Cornell University, Megan Comfort, PhD, Urban Health Program, RTI International, Josiah Rich, MD

L14: Health Policy Lectures

The Justice Involved as Health Care Consumers: How the ACA Changes Correctional Health Care - Daniel Mistak, JD, Steven Rosenberg, PhD, (all) Community Oriented Correctional Health Services

Why Do Offender's Risk Assessment Tools Carry A Risk Of Their Own - Maria Dimaki , MD, PhD, University of Edinburgh

L15: Quality Lectures

Grievances: Strategies to Reduce Grief and Grievances While Improving Patient Care - Ohiana Torrealday, PhD, Joseph Penn, MD, (all) University of Texas Medical Branch

The Inmate Medication Responsibility Initiative with OTCs - Robyn Wahl, PharmD, Johnny Wu, MD, (all) University of Connecticut


3:30–3:45 p.m.



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