|Human Trafficking: Forced Labor||1.00|
AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
Origination: Reviewed: Expiration:
Human trafficking has been reported in countless industries, including construction, agriculture, hotels, restaurants, nail salons, domestic servitude, and more. Studies show that while they are still being victimized, many victims interact with medical professionals. This course discusses how to spot red flags, what to do if you suspect that someone is being trafficked, and how to better understand the complexities of human trafficking. By recognizing the signs and gently working with potential victims, you may be able to help get them to freedom.
Identify the types of human trafficking.
Discuss the federal laws regarding human trafficking.
List at least three signs that someone may be a trafficking victim.
Discuss the characteristics of human-trafficking perpetrators and the strategies they use.
Identify the steps to take if you suspect that a person is being trafficked.
|Human Trafficking: Identification and Assessment of Victims Essential||1.00|
Human trafficking is widespread, even within the United States. Victims come in all sexes, genders, nationalities, and ethnicities. This form of modern slavery includes domestic, industrial, and farm labor, but the majority of US victims are unwilling participants in the sex trade. This module covers the information, tools, and resources your health-care team needs to identify, assess, and treat victims of human trafficking. It also provides referral resources for legal and social services.
Describe the types of, risk factors for, and extent of human trafficking in the U.S.
Discuss the role and responsibilities of the interprofessional healthcare team in the recognition, assessment, and treatment for the victim of trafficking, including management of medical records, patient safety, and referral sources
Identify reporting and referral resources for victims of human trafficking
Trisha Sheridan, DNP, MSN, RN, WHNP-BC, SANE-A, SANE-P