August 22, 2011 | Leave a Comment
Polaris Project tweeted this weekend about their online training module for healthcare providers, which I had flagged for posting and then somehow, never actually posted. So without further delay, their module, Recognizing and Responding to Human Trafficking in a Health Care Context (note: this module will not work with Google Chrome).
If you haven’t perused the Polaris site, wander on over, because aside from the module, there are some excellent tools for clinicians. Not only do they have a comprehensive assessment tool, they have a nice one-page algorithm for assessing potential trafficking patients (and who among us doesn’t love a good algorithm?). Perfect for posting in your Emergency Department or distributing at the next staff meeting:
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