Human Trafficking Prevention Training for Texas Healthcare Practitioners
Objectives: Define the concepts and elements that constitute human trafficking. Recognize the dynamics and vulnerability factors for human trafficking. Articulate the scope and impacts of human trafficking. Identify the “red flags” that may indicate human trafficking. Describe assessment tools and strategies that can be used in clinical settings to identify human trafficking victims. Discuss the importance of using a trauma-informed approach when screening victims of human trafficking. Explain the role and actions that healthcare professionals can take to respond and follow up with patients who are trafficked. List human trafficking resources, including contact information.
Description: REQUIRED FOR TEXAS NURSES: This training course is approved by the TX Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) and meets all required HHSC human trafficking training standards for nurses providing direct care to patients.