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Human trafficking is a public health concern that has gained attention over the last 25 years. The literature has shown that survivors of trafficking tend to have higher mental health needs due to the complex trauma experienced both related to trafficking and experiences unrelated to...
Human trafficking is a pervasive public health problem with increasing national demands for physician awareness and education. The medical school space offers a variety of opportunities for implementation of a foundational curriculum for understanding and responding to survivors of human...
Child domestic workers are among those in need of rescue according to popular discourse because they are often victims of exploitation. There are a wide range of international policy documents and actors working to rescue these children. Based on a study conducted in Nigeria, this article...
Sex trafficking (ST) interventions in India typically follow the “three R’s” – rescue, rehabilitation, and reintegration. Anti-human trafficking service organizations (AHTSOs) play an essential role in implementing the “three Rs,” influencing India’s anti-trafficking policy and aid for...
Human trafficking is a form of exploitation that has significant consequences to trafficked minors. Many victims have accessed health care during their time of exploitation and are not identified. One of the greatest barriers to identification in health care is the lack of screening tools that...
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