Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Coronavirus COVID-19 Corrections Update
The American Correctional Association presents this special webinar. 

Sponsored by the Coalition of Correctional Health Authorities

If you are purchasing continuing education credits, you must first access them at the bottom of this page before accessing the WebEx webinar registration page. You will need to sign-in or create an account using the login on the right side of your screen.

If you are not purchasing continuing education credits, use the link in the next line to register for the webinar on March 23rd, 2020 from 2-4 pm Eastern

Click Here to Register on the WebEx site

***Please Note: You do not have to become an ACA Member to attend the webinar. For more information on the benefits of becoming an ACA member, please click here.

Harbans Deol, DO, PhD (Moderator)
Chair, CCHA; 
Medical Director of Health Services
Nebraska Department of Correctional Services

Garry L. McFadden
Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office

Telisa White, CBHC
Chief of Detention
Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office

Denise M. Robinson
President and CEO, Alvis, Inc., Community Corrections

Gibbie Harris, MSPH, BSN
Public Health Director
Mecklenburg County Health Department

Tyrone Oliver
Commissioner, Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice

Tony Parker
ACA President-Elect
Commissioner,Tennessee Department of Correction

Michelle Staples-Horne, MD, MS, MPH
Medical Director, Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice
Kenneth Williams, MD, Ph.D.
Chief Medical Officer, Tennessee Health Authority,
Tennessee Department of Correction
Philip Keiser, MD
Local Public Health Authority, Galveston County, Texas;
Professor of Infectious Disease,
University of Texas Medical Branch

  • This session will provide up-to-date information on the prevention and management of coronavirus (COVID-19) for the corrections field, as a follow-up to the Coronavirus COVID-19 Corrections that aired on March 10, 2020.

Contact info: Amanda Miesner at or 703-224-0078

ACA is an approved CE provider through the Florida Board of Nursing for continuing education contact hours for nurses (CE Provider #50-8793). Nurses can earn up to 2.0 CE hours. Nurses should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

ACA offers continuing education units (CEUs) that help employees earn professional recognition by completing educational and training programs. Participants who register for the program will can earn up to 2.0 CEU hours. Professionals should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. CEUs are provided by the American Correctional Association.

3/18/2020 12:00 PM - 3/23/2020 2:05 PM
United States

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