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Joseph H. Obegi, PsyD, CCPH

Davis, California
Psychology, Correctional Healthcare - Suicide, suicide prevention, suicide risk assessment, standard of care, deliberate indifference, negligence, prison, corrections, correctional mental health
...I am familiar with the clinical, administrative, and legal aspects of delivering mental healthcare in prison. I have delivered direct services in outpatient, inpatient, and segregated settings and administered outpatient and inpatient psychiatric programs. Mental healthcare in prison is frequently tied to judicial intervention. I am broadly familiar with the legal basis and remedial phases of such intervention. I am approved by the National Commission on Correctional Health Care as a Certified Correctional Health Professional. I have specific expertise in suicide in adult correctional settings (e.g., suicide risk assessment, treatment of suicidal persons, and suicide prevention policy). Currently, I monitor and support the suicide prevention programs for 10 prisons in Northern California. I have previously coordinated the suicide prevention program in a 400-bed psychiatric hospital....
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Mitchel Holliday, EdD, RDN, CDCES, FAND Prison Food Consulting

St. Charles, Minnesota
Nutrition, Correctional Healthcare - Clinical Nutrition, Food Allergy, Obesity, Diabetes, Malnutrition, Foodborne Illness, Public Health Nutrition, Wound Care, Menu Analysis, Prison and Jail, Hunger Strike, Food Safety
...Holliday has helped to enhance the nutrition care of the United States largest correctional system and has a broad range of correctional dietetic experience including: • Health and food service project management • Procedure development • Quality and process improvement • Working with senior executive staff and attorneys on correctional nutrition-related public health and medical issues • Administrative remedies • Foreign and domestic intergovernmental legal and budgetary communications including, Senatorial, Congressional, U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Attorneys’ Offices, and Office of the President Responses Dr. Holliday also has experience consulting with private law firms, state attorney general offices, and public health offices on correctional dietetics practices. He has conducted research and authored numerous publications and presentations on correctional public health nutrition, clinical nutrition, and food service-related matters. (Complete CV available upon request)
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A.E. Daniel, MD DANIEL FORENSIC PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES

Columbia, Missouri
Psychiatry, Correctional Healthcare - Suicide, Prisons, Jails, Forensic Psychiatry, Child/Adolescent Psychiatry, PTSD, medication, substance abuse, jail suicide, prison suicide, correctional suicide, group home suicide, nursing home suicide, addiction, teen suicide, juvenile suicide
...Former Director of Psychiatric Services for the Missouri Department of Corrections. Directed, managed and supervised services provided by psychiatrists working in all prisons in Missouri. Was administratively responsible for all mental health services provided by the mental health staff. Considerable experience in providing direct psychiatric services to jail and prison inmates in various correctional institutions. Significant experience interacting with correctional staff that provides direct one-to-one services to inmates on suicide watch and attending to their needs. Authored and co-authored several peer-reviewed articles in correctional mental health and particularly on risk identification, prevention and risk management strategies relating to suicide in jails and prisons. One of the co-authors who updated the World Health Organization Resource Guide of Suicide in Jails and Prisons....
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