Join the conversation on human trafficking by attending the 5th Annual Traffic School for Healthcare Professionals, Consensus: Healthcare Response to Human Trafficking.
This educational event has created opportunities over the last four years for advancing clinical provider competencies (knowledge, skills and attitudes) in screening, identification, and responding to victims of trafficking and exploitation.
The purpose and intent of the conference is to bring healthcare professionals together from across the state and region to discuss, share and build consensus on adopting evidence-based best practices to respond to victims of human trafficking that are presenting for care. The aim of our collective clinical practices is to improve care and provide comprehensive, trauma-informed responses that support short and long term care needs to enhance survivorship and resilience.
Learn more by visiting the registration site.
Event Sponsors: Goldfarb School of Nursing, Academy of Forensic Nursing, Human Trafficking Collaborative Network at Washington University's Institute of Public Health and YWCA of St. Louis