Human Trafficking for Clinicians: Information, Identification, & Response

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Human Trafficking for Clinicians: Information, Identification, & Response

Person alone on a street
Module Length: 
1.5 - 2 hours
Class Description: 

The lessons in this module serve as an introduction or reinforcement in understanding human trafficking for students, clinicians, and health care providers. The following module includes how to identify and provide information for victims of human trafficking and the clinician's roles and responsibilities when encountering victims as patients.

Learning Objectives:

  • Compare definitions and sources of information about human trafficking among leading agencies and organizations
  • Explore the contexts in which human trafficking occurs
  • Understand the characteristics and experiences of victims
  • Identify common traits of traffickers
  • Assess scenarios where human trafficking could be occurring with patients
  • Develop strategies as a provider for supporting trafficking victims