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Human Trafficking in Indian Country webinar
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After completing the webinar, the participant will be able to: Describe the coordinated community response to child sexual exploitation as a gateway to medical forensic care. Identify trauma informed interventions. Review principles of the child sexual abuse medical forensic examination in relation to child sexual exploitation Identify techniques to promote resiliency of the child. Presenters: Diane Daiber, Forensic Nurse Specialist with IAFN; Leslie Hagen, DOJ National Indian Country Training

 Export to Your Calendar 11/2/2017
When: Thursday, November 2, 2017
2:00 PM
Where: Online - your computer
United States
Contact: Tribal Forensic Healthcare Project

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HUMAN TRAFFICKING in INDIAN COUNTRY

Human Trafficking is an under-reported, complex crime that requires a trauma informed, coordinated community response. In tribal communities particularly, to ensure all the unique needs of the victim and their support system are addressed. This webinar will incorporate the recommendations from both the National SAFE Protocols and the Department of Justice, to offer guidance to tribal communities in their comprehensive response to human trafficking.

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Online registration is available until: 11/2/2017
Target Audience: This activity has been designed to meet the educational needs of medical and behavioral health professionals involved in the care of victims of sexual assault and domestic violence.
Educational Objectives: 

After completing the webinar, the participant will be able to:

  • Describe the coordinated community response to child sexual exploitation as a gateway to medical forensic care.
  •  Identify trauma informed interventions.
  • Review principles of the child sexual abuse medical forensic examination in relation to child sexual exploitation
  • Identify techniques to promote resiliency of the child.

The events listed are provided as a service for providers. KIDSta, the IAFN, and the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women do not endorse any programs listed.

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