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HumanTraffickingHumanTrafficking - ACOG Menu ▼ HumanTrafficking Page Navigation ▼ Number 787 (Replaces Committee Opinion Number 507, September 2011) Committee on Health Care for Underserved Women This Committee Opinion was developed by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists’ Committee on Health Care for Underserved Women in collaboration with committee members Veronica Gillispie, MD, Jennefer A. Russo, MD, MPH, and Kavita Shah Arora, MD, MBE, MS. HumanTrafficking ABSTRACT (...) : Humantrafficking, or modern-day slavery, is a global problem with broad reach that is often underrecognized in the United States. Victims of trafficking have been found in a wide range of legal and illegal business settings, and this frequently hidden population is most often exploited in the commercial sex industry, agriculture, factories, hotels, restaurants, as domestic workers, and by marriage brokers and some adoption firms. Humantrafficking disproportionately affects underserved women
CAEP FEI | HumanTrafficking Awareness: A Learning Module CAEP FEI | HumanTrafficking Awareness: A Learning Module - CanadiEM CAEP FEI | HumanTrafficking Awareness: A Learning Module In , by Julianna Deutscher September 21, 2018 Jeremy is a second year resident who is about to see a 25 year old female presenting with abdominal pain. During the history he notices the patient is remarkably quiet and that the patient’s male friend is answering all the questions for her. When Jeremy asks the male (...) friend to leave the room for a moment, both the patient and the friend object. Jeremy starts wondering if this patient might be a victim of humantrafficking. He wishes there was a resource he could consult to better learn about identifying patients of humantrafficking. This Feature Educational Innovation (FEI), titled, “ HumanTrafficking Awareness: A Learning Module for Improved Recognition of Victims in the Emergency Room ” was originally posted by the in 2017 and answers the question: “ How can
Engaging Survivors of HumanTrafficking: Complex Health Care Needs and Scarce Resources. Humantrafficking, also known as modern-day slavery, is an egregious human rights violation associated with wide-ranging medical and mental health consequences. Because of the extensive health problems related to trafficking, health care providers play a critical role in identifying survivors and engaging them in ongoing care. Although guidelines for recognizing affected patients and a framework
HumanTrafficking: The Role of Medicine in Interrupting the Cycle of Abuse and Violence. Humantrafficking, a form of modern slavery, is an egregious violation of human rights with profound personal and public health implications. It includes forced labor and sexual exploitation of both U.S. and non-U.S. citizens and has been reported in all 50 states. Victims of humantrafficking are currently among the most abused and disenfranchised persons in society, and they face a wide range of negative (...) health outcomes resulting from their subjugation and exploitation. Medicine has an important role to play in mitigating the devastating effects of humantrafficking on individuals and society. Victims are cared for in emergency departments, primary care offices, urgent care centers, community health clinics, and reproductive health clinics. In addition, they are unknowingly being treated in hospital inpatient units. Injuries and illnesses requiring medical attention thus represent unique windows