The goal of this course is to educate providers regarding Human Trafficking. The course will, along with providing the definition of Human Trafficking and explaining the various aspects of the definition, give providers tools in the recognition and care of potential victims of Human Trafficking.
This course was designed to meet state requirements for SLPs licensed in Michigan and includes information relevant to other states. This course does not meet the requirement for TX - TX professionals should refer to the free course provided by TX Health and Human Services that can be accessed on the Texas Health and Human Services Website.
Course created on February 18, 2019
- Identify the key components and requirements that distinguish a victim of human trafficking
- List 3 red flags associated with human trafficking
- Identify the principles of Trauma Informed Care
- State 3 complaints associated with human trafficking victims
- List 3 barriers that prevent victim disclosure
- State 2 appropriate responses when disclosure is offered
- Identify 2 resources for potential victims
|5-15 Minutes||Trafficking Laws and Definitions|
|15-30 Minutes||Statistics and Characteristics of the Population|
|30-40 Minutes||Types of Trafficking|
|40-50 Minutes||"Red Flags"|
|50-60 Minutes||Trauma Informed Care and Victim Resources|
Allison Santi is an Emergency Physician who works at Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center in Thousand Oaks California. Originally from Michigan, she attended medical school at Wayne State University in Detroit then came to California for residency in Emergency Medicine at UCLA/Olive View in Los Angeles. Following graduation, she worked at Los Angeles County in the Emergency Department as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Keck school of Medicine at USC. During this time, she worked with Community Partners International providing medical training and program implementation and development for Internally Displaced Persons from Myanmar, along the Thailand border. As the Assistant Director of the International Medicine group, she also traveled to Ghana and Chile, participating in medical conferences.
Starting in 2015 she began a collaboration with the Ventura Coalition for Human Trafficking, Forever Found, CAST Los Angeles, and Interface Child and Family services and has been providing education regarding Human Trafficking primarily to health care providers including physicians, nurses, midlevel providers and first responders throughout Los Angeles and Ventura counties.
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