SQUARES: Medical-legal paradigms in caring for human trafficking victims

Learning Objectives – Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:
        Evaluate the range of legislation related to human trafficking in the United States

        Explore the intersection of medical care and mandated reporting with regard to human trafficking

        Develop a patient centered and medically focused response to victims of human trafficking

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* 2. Today’s presentation provided worthwhile information that I could apply to my practice.

* 3. The educational points were clearly articulated.

* 4. I was able to follow the discussion and participate if I chose to.

* 5. The webcast format and structure facilitated my learning.

* 6. I feel this presentation was free of commercial bias.

* 7. I think I am better able to diagnose and treat child abuse.

* 8. Please list two changes related to child abuse cases that you will make as a result of this presentation:

* 9. Please suggest topics you would like to see addressed in CHAMP educational programming.

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