Human Trafficking Training for Michigan Healthcare Professionals: Identifying Victims of Human Trafficking


Course Hours: 3

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Objectives: Describe the different types of human trafficking. Recognize factors that place persons at risk for human trafficking victimization. Articulate the extent to which human trafficking occurs. Describe assessment tools for and indicators of human trafficking. Discuss the importance of using a trauma-informed approach when screening victims of human trafficking. Explain procedures for sharing information with patients related to human trafficking. Describe referral options for legal and social services that can assist victims of human trafficking. Identify the use of hotlines and other mechanisms for reporting suspected human trafficking in Michigan.

Description: REQUIRED FOR MICHIGAN NURSES: Fulfills the requirement for training in human trafficking. Covers types, venues, and dynamics of human trafficking; warning signs and indicators of human trafficking that may be observed in patients in healthcare settings; mandated reporter obligations and reporting suspected human trafficking in Michigan.

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