Human Trafficking studies for healthcare providers
As healthcare providers, we must talk about human trafficking when we talk about violence in healthcare. But many nurses come into contact with victims, but they don’t know what to look for or what to do. Talk about what your role as a nurse is in recognizing the signs and what needs to be done.
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