Human Trafficking: Modern Day Slavery
Dates: March 27, 2018
Meets: Tu from 8:45 AM to 12 N
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Join us for an informative workshop presented by an FBI Victim Advocate and a Woman's Health Nurse Practitioner. The workshop will cover the federal definition of Human Trafficking, potential charges and sentences for offenders, as well as, information about recruiting and the dynamics of trafficking, where human trafficking may take place, how to identify potential victims in various settings (including health care settings), what the warning signs may be for a human trafficking victim (especially when seen in a health care setting), and potential victim needs and resources. Lastly, participants will learn how to report suspected trafficking. Case examples from Southwest Michigan will be used.
1. Participants will understand the Federal definition of human trafficking
2. Participants will identify at least three potential indicators of human trafficking and how and where to report it
3. Participants will describe the common presenting characteristics of patients who may be victims of human trafficking
4. Participants will discuss ways to assess and/or respond to patients who may be victims of human trafficking
5. Participants will identify a minimum of three resources available to assist victims of human trafficking
This program meets the human trafficking requirement for licensing. This course and content is being repeated and was originally offered in March 2018.
|Course Fee (Basic)||COURSE||$ 25.00|
|Course Fee (Alternate)||GVSU Social Work Faculty||$ 15.00|
|03/27/2018||Tuesday||8:45 AM to 12 N||GRAND RAPIDS - BIK 230|