Human Trafficking - Help Don't Hinder │ Fraser Health Online Learning Module

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Source: 
Fraser Health
Date: 
2014
Category: 
1|Services
Origin: 
1|Canadian
Summary: 
A 1-hour online learning module developed by Fraser Health Forensic Nurse Examiners. The module is designed to better aid emergency health care professionals to identify and provide assistance to potential victims of human trafficking and sexual exploitation who present in a hospital Emergency Department. Two versions are available for: 1) Fraser Health staff and other B.C. health care providers, and 2) the general public and non-B.C. health care providers. The training method, which includes an introductory video on human trafficking and interactive case studies, is based on the "c.a.r.e" acronym (CONSIDER - the red flags, ASSESS - the health care environment, the patient and the health care provider, RESPOND - initiate a referral to Forensic Nursing Service, EVALUATE - the response). This acronym is based on a trauma informed approach to care and guides the health care provider through the steps of identification and response.
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Only available in English │ Uniquement disponible en anglais.