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I work for the State. We don’t have a lot of spitters these days, but when we do it isn’t a “sneak attack”. My facility stresses wearing gloves and washing hands, even while doing pat searches, shakedowns or going through an inmate’s property...
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Hello and welcome to the February 2019 Corrections.com article selection. Our topic this month is ‘Nutrition, Well-Being, and Fitness,’ dreaded words for some. Before I begin, I have a couple of questions for you to consider: Did you make a News Year’s resolution to improve your health? (Making better food choices, increase physical activities, or other). If so, are you still remaining proactive or have you slipped? Another question to consider, what are your food choices for the Super Bowl game? Will you discard the healthy food choices for this game or include some nutritional choices?...
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Provides routine and urgent medical and mental health care services within the scope of licensed abilities to the inmate population of the St. Charles County Adult Detention Facility. Work autonomously to collaborate with physicians, counselors, and co-workers to develop and implement treatment plans. Utilize physician’s established nursing protocols. Responds to medical incidents and provides emergency evaluations and treatment. Evaluate and triage routine requests for medical and mental health treatment. Gathers detailed information. Performs physical and mental health assessments/screenings. Compiles medical/mental health history. Determines fitness for confinement. Assists physician, dentist, counselor and psychiatrist. Coordinates services and activities. Obtain, document and carry out orders of health care providers. Interprets physicians' orders...
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The roots of all goodness lie in the soil of appreciation for goodness.
- Dalai Lama