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Serving Survivors for Human Trafficking in Health Care Settings
Human trafficking survivors experience trauma and have unique needs in health care settings. This online course, Serving Survivors of Human Trafficking in Health Care Settings, teaches heath care professionals how to identify survivors of human trafficking and provide trauma-responsive care.
The training is ideal for health care professionals working in many settings, including emergency room departments, community clinics, and other health care settings.
The course consists of six consecutive modules, each around 15 minutes or less, and can be completed on your own time. While all modules should be completed in order, they do not need to be completed all at once.
Access the training through the MDH eLearning center. Once logged in, use the search feature to search for the training.
The course modules:
- Overview and Dynamics of Trafficking and Exploitation.
- Indicators of Trafficking and Exploitation
- Assessment of Survivors of Trafficking
- Survivor-Informed Response for Health Care Providers with Coaching Companion
- Services, Resources, and Considerations
- ICD-10-CM Coding
This training will help participants understand the dynamics of human trafficking, recognize the signs of human trafficking, and support survivors in receiving health care. They will also be introduced to human trafficking survivor resources and the importance of coding human trafficking cases.
This training course was developed with guidance from the following consultants.
- Lindsay Arf, Subject Matter Expert
- Kimberly Berg, APRN, CNP, Midwest Children’s Resource Center
- Diane Bohn, RN, CNMW, Indian Health Services – Cass Lake
- Nathalie Crowley, Family Tree Clinic
- Pamela DeWitt-Meza, RN, Create Impact Consulting
- Vickie Ernste, DNP, MSN, RN, Mayo Clinic
- Jordan Greenbaum, MD, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
- Leah Lutz, Consultant
- Bukola Oriola, The Enitan Story and Subject Matter Expert
- Joe Schindler and Jenny Schoenecker, Minnesota Hospital Association
ContactContact the Minnesota Safe Harbor Program at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions