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Medical and Mental Health Challenges for Incarcerated Persons

Recorded on: Nov. 16, 2016
Running Time: 01:14:29

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Taken from the Web Program Prison Law 2016 recorded November, 2016 in New York.

Medical and Mental Health Challenges for Incarcerated Persons [01:14:29]

  • Diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions in prison
  • Mental health issues in prison
  • Defining and demonstrating deliberate indifference
  • Solitary confinement

Gabriel B. Eber, Jennifer J. Parish


The purchase price of this segment includes the following article from the Course Handbook available online:

  • The Legal Standard for Constitutional Claims Alleging Deficient Health Care
    Gabriel B. Eber
  • Mental Health Alternatives to Solitary Confinement (MHASC), statement before the New York State Legislative Joint Fiscal Committees, Mental Hygiene Budget Hearing (February 27, 2015)
    Jennifer J. Parish
  • Jack Beck, Director, Prison Visiting Project, The Correctional Association of New York, “Mental Health Services in NY Prisons” testimony before the New York State Assembly Standing Committee on Correction, New York State Assembly Standing Committee on Mental Health, Public Hearing Mental Illness in Correctional Settings (November 13, 2014)
    Jennifer J. Parish
  • Matter of Hawthorne v. Stanford, 135 A.D.3d 1036 (3d Dep't 2016)
    Jennifer J. Parish

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  • Medical and Mental Health Challenges for Incarcerated Persons
    Jennifer J. Parish
  • Medical and Mental Health Challenges for Incarcerated Persons - Eber
    Gabriel Eber
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Gabriel Eber ~ Senior Staff Counsel, ACLU National Prison Project
Jennifer J Parish ~ Director of Criminal Justice Advocacy, Mental Health Project, Urban Justice Center
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