CFPC Position Statement on Health Care Delivery
CFPC Position Statement on Solitary Confinement
Prison Health Literature Search Results - January 2017
Prison Health Literature Search Results - December 2016
The Mandela Rules were adopted unanimously by the United Nations General Assembly in December, 2015.
CFPC Prison Health Program Update
Guidelines for the Implementation of Mother-Child Units in Canadian Correctional Facilities
Health Council of Canada report Empathy, dignity, and respect: Creating cultural safety for Aboriginal people in urban health care
New Resources for Physicians working in Correctional Facilities
CFPC’s Prison Health Program Committee has developed an Orientation Manual, which provides helpful information and practical advice for physicians and trainees who are working in or are interested in working in correctional facilities.
The Prison Health Program Committee has also developed a document summarizing best practices in the Recruitment and Retention of physicians in correctional facilities. This document has been shared with senior decision makers for their consideration and implementation. Physicians are also encouraged to advocate for adoption of these strategies in the jurisdictions and institutions in which they work.
In the News
Prison Health Committee outlines position on banning solitary confinement
Prisoner mental health conference
Best practices and alternatives to solitary confinement
June 2, 2017 | Vancouver Convention Centre
Conference topics will include:
the harms of solitary confinement
trauma and addiction
current standards for treatment of common mental disorders in a correctional setting
implementation of the United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners (the Mandela Rules)
Email us at [email protected] if you would like to receive information about registration or for other inquiries.
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Arresting Hope: Women Taking Action in Prison Health Inside Out
edited by Ruth Elwood Martin (Chair, Prison Health Program Committee), Mo Korchinski, Lynn Fels, and Carl Leggo
The Collaborating Centre for Prison Health and Education health presentation slides developed at UBC