Tuesday Apr 27, 1:30 PM

118 Roundtables

118 – A | Postcrisis Incident Seminar for Justice-Involved People

118 – B | Comprehensive Case Management for Patients With Substance Use Disorders in a County Jail

118 – C | A Simple Approach to Root Cause Analysis Using the ‘Five Whys’

118 – D | Quit for Good: A Positive, Effective Approach to Tobacco Cessation and Healthy Living

118 – A  Incarceration is a traumatic experience; however, rarely is it viewed through the same clinical treatment lens as adverse childhood experiences and/or PTSD as it relates to military veterans. Trauma impacts and impedes every variable necessary to succeed at life. This session will address the need for a postcrisis incident seminar for justice-involved citizens.

Learning Objectives:
– Analyze 10 symptoms of PTSD among post incarcerated individuals
– Describe signs of passive aggressive behavior indicating deficiency in mental wellness
– Compare the effectiveness of PCIS in the field of law enforcement and the parallel among people who have been incarcerated

Level: Advanced

Kevin Scott, CCHP
118 – B  Substance use disorders are prevalent among incarcerated individuals. They require comprehensive case management to address their complex needs. Those receiving medication-assisted treatment stand to benefit most from an integrated approach to treatment and support services. This session will address this complex subject and provide a guide to case managing through robust substance abuse services that meet individuals’ needs.

Learning Objectives:
– Explain why case management improve the outcomes of those with substance use disorders
– Outline effective strategies for case management to address the complex needs of those with SUD in county jails
– Describe collaborations with community agencies to support recovery post release

Level: Advanced

Helen Harper-Davis, BS
Dariel Newman, RN, BSN, CCHP
118 – C  The “Five Whys” technique is a simple tool for developing a root cause analysis. Participants will learn the history and significance of the technique and how to effectively use it within correctional clinical practice. The session will also examine each core concept of the technique and provide example scenarios centered around clinical problems frequently encountered in the correctional environment.

Learning Objectives:
– Analyze the key components and significance of the “Five Whys” technique
– Evaluate the effectiveness of the “Five Whys” technique using evidence-based research
– Examine the “Five Whys” concepts through realistic correctional health care scenarios

Level: Basic

Leonora Muhammad, APRN, DNP, CCHP
Bari Kelly, RN, MSN, CCHP
118 – D  Tobacco-free facilities will become a necessary solution in maintaining safe and healthy facilities. Quit for Good is a smoking cessation program developed to guide and educate people who are addicted to tobacco and reside in a confined environment and free them of this addiction. It is peer led for added support of mentors during the process. 

Learning Objectives:
– Review the development of the tobacco cessation program in Arizona
– Describe the Quit for Good tobacco cessation program for the justice-involved population.
– Discuss cultural and institutional challenges to tobacco cessation

Level: Basic

JoAnne Galindo, AA
Jan Vidimos

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