WHY CLINICIANS NEED TO BE EDUCATED IN HUMAN TRAFFICKING


It is estimated that 30.2 million people live in slavery in the world today. Victims are exploited for commercial sex, domestic servitude or are child soldiers.

What can we do as practitioners? We can recognize, respond and refer when we identify victims or suspected victims of human trafficking that present to our clinics, private practices, or in any other public setting.

This class will equip you with the tools to identify and respond when you encounter potential victims.

Hi, I'm Whitney Trotter

Registered Dietitian and Nurse

I bridge the gap between social justice, anti-racism and health, so that you can be a powerful advocate for your BIPOC clients.


Here's what you'll learn in this course:
  • Define human trafficking 
  • Common myths 
  • Practical application steps on when you encounter a potential trafficking victim 
  • Screening questions 
  • Statistics of human trafficking worldwide 

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  Human Trafficking Awareness for Health Providers and Clinicians
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Human Trafficking Training for Providers and Clinicians

How to Recognize and Respond to Potential Trafficking Victims

It is estimated that 30.2 million people live in slavery in the world today. Victims are exploited for commercial sex, domestic servitude or are child soldiers.


Human trafficking is modern day slavery. The selling of bodies for profitable gain. Some studies have reported that 88% of sex trafficking survivors reported some type of contact with a healthcare practitioners while being exploited.  


What can we do as practitioners? We can recognize, respond and refer when we identify victims or suspected victims of human trafficking that present to our clinics, private practices, or in any other public setting.


This class will equip you with the tools to identify and respond when you encounter potential victims.