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The Journal for Evidence-based Practices in Correctional Health provides a forum for communication of evidence-based practices in correctional healthcare. This journal is inclusive of all persons who have had an involvement with the criminal justice system - incarcerated and community-based populations and systems.

JEPCH publishes up to four Issues/Year: Winter (Jan-Mar); Spring (Apr-Jun); Summer (Jul-Sep); and Fall (Oct-Dec). An open call for articles is on-going. Peer-reviewed manuscripts are published within three-months. There are no costs to authors. There are no costs to readers.

Articles of interest include case studies, policy analyses, continuing education articles, review of literature, systematic reviews, methods and research papers, program evaluation, quality improvement projects, and education research. Additionally, editorials, commentaries, letters to the editor and author responses are welcomed. Proposals for “Special Issues” are encouraged, and should be sent to cchnet@uconn.edu

See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.

Subscribers may send their email address or IP range to cchnet@uconn.edu in order to access our articles.

Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 1 (2016)

Articles

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Biopsychosocial Vulnerability-Stress Modeling for an Incarcerated Population
Deborah Shelton, Bill Barta, Robert Trestman, and Sara Wakai

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Rediscovery of Self-Care for Incarcerated Persons with Diabetes
Louise Reagan, Deborah Shelton, and Elizabeth Anderson