Virtual training on working with human trafficking victims available with free CME/CEU credits. This training will help healthcare providers with the tools to screen, identify, and connect patients affected by human trafficking. Program is open to all and starts January 27.
Want to learn more about human trafficking and how to help patients affected by trafficking? Arizona State University with Molina Healthcare is launching its second cohort of the Human Trafficking ECHO program. This virtual learning network is specifically designed to connect a team of subject matter experts with medical providers across the country to increase the capacity of our current healthcare workforce to screen, identify, and treat victims of trafficking. All sessions occur on Thursdays from 10-11 AM. Free CME/CEU credits available for each session attended. Click here to register:
http://links.asu.edu/ASUECHOsignup and select the Human Trafficking ECHO program.