1. MGH (Massachusetts General Hospital/Institute of Health Professionals: Graduate School of Nursing/Nurse Practitioner. 2012 - current
2. MGH (Massachusetts General Hospital/Resident Program for Medical Doctors: Correctional Medicine Rotation. 2013 - current

CPS has successfully facilitated and provided Nurse Practitioner Students (Medical and Psychiatric) with clinically rich and rewarding practicums within several County Correctional Facilities. Placements provide and prepare students for advanced nursing practices as Adult/Primary Care Nurse Practitioners as well as Psychiatry and Mental Health Nurse Practitioners. Students are able to develop diagnostic reasoning and skills to begin to manage acute and chronic illnesses within a clinical correctional setting. Additionally students are able to assess individual health status, identify a comprehensive plan of care including advance care directive, discuss and document history of physical examinations, and develop differential diagnosis for new or recurring health problems. 
CPS provides all students with a preceptor throughout the clinical experience: physicians, psychiatrists and nurses practitioners. Preceptors assist and provide the balance of theories within the students's specialty theory courses and the clinical experience in the practice setting. Supervision requirements are met and maintained according to the relevant academic affiliations agreement. In addition to ongoing supervision and support from the preceptors, students participate in weekly provider-care meetings, case conferences, utilization reviews, clinical triage meetings and on-site training (clinical and correctional based). Students are exposed to a variety of professional disciplines and roles throughout the correctional setting: Nursing, Mental Health, Dental, X-Ray, Laboratory, Specialties: Podiatry, Optometry, Security Staff. 
"When it comes to my growth as a provider, I am confident that I had the opportunity to experience numerous cases that are rarely seen in other settings".