This course will provide healthcare professionals with information about the face of human trafficking as it occurs worldwide and near to home. This course recognizes potential victims and the appropriate response to suspicion or disclosure of a human trafficking victim. Learners will achieve the following objectives: 1) define human trafficking and its different forms; 2) identify general indicators of possible human trafficking; 3) identify health indicators of possible human trafficking; 4) state three areas of traumatic psychological impact on victims; 5) identify the professional’s response to suspected or disclosed human trafficking. Course is approved for 1.0 CE/Contact Hour for Certified Nurse Assistants (CNA) in California. Must pass final quiz with 80% or more; may re-take as often as needed. Course will be updated or discontinued on or before July 31, 2023.
Per California Department of Public Health regulations, a time/pause mechanism must be incorporated in this online program. Navigation within this course is restricted in that each slide must be viewed in its entirety before advancing to the next slide. Learners must view each slide and click the next button to advance in the course.