Jail Health Care Conference

Thanks so much for joining us in Oshkosh!  Planning for the 2019 Conference is already underway – be sure to give us your feedback and ideas by completing the online evaluation for the 2018 conference.

2018 Jail Health Care Conference Agenda updated 5-17-18
2018 Jail Health Care Conference Schedule and Session Descriptions updated 5-17-18

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT – ONLINE EVALUATION
11.75 contact hours of continuing education credit are available to participants who complete the online evaluation for the classes attended.  Generate your Certificate of Completion to document:

  • Continuing Nursing Education 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

The evaluation closed on June 13

There is a $25 charge for the WNA office to re-open the online evaluation after June 13. This option will only be available for six months following the conference.  Click below to submit your request to reopen the evaluation and pay by credit card:

Reopen 2018 Evaluation

HANDOUTS
All handouts received from presenters are posted below, and will be available for 6 months following the conference.

Plenary I: Current Trends in Drugs of Abuse: Perspectives from Law Enforcement  NEW
Plenary II: Drug Treatment: One size does NOT fit all!
1A/2A: Prescription Drugs – Overly Prescribed, Highly Abused 
1B/2/B: Overview of the WI ePDMP
2C: Nursing Assessment in Chronic Disease
3A: Acute Abdomen 
3B: Vivitrol – A MAT Program in the Department of Corrections   NEW
3C: Addressing Offender Manipulative Behavior

2018 Health Care Resource Directoryupdated May, 2018
Wisconsin County Jails, Secure Juvenile Detention Facilities, and DOC Adult/Juvenile Institutions.


Questions? Please contact the WNA office at 608-221-0383 or (800) 362-3959

Wisconsin Nurses Association is approved with distinction as a provider of continuing nursing education by the Montana Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.