Health Care Providers and Human Trafficking: What do They Know, What do They Need to Know? Findings from the Middle East, the Caribbean, and Central America

@inproceedings{Viergever2015HealthCP,
  title={Health Care Providers and Human Trafficking: What do They Know, What do They Need to Know? Findings from the Middle East, the Caribbean, and Central America},
  author={Roderik Floris Viergever and Haley E. West and Rosilyne Mae Borland and Cathy Zimmerman},
  booktitle={Front. Public Health},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Human trafficking is a crime that commonly results in acute and chronic physical and psychological harm. To foster more informed health sector responses to human trafficking, training sessions for health care providers were developed and pilot-tested in the Middle East, Central America, and the Caribbean. This study presents the results of an investigation into what health care providers knew and needed to know about human trafficking as part of that training program. METHODS… CONTINUE READING
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