Training Healthcare Providers to Recognize and Care for Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking Victims is an interactive, self-paced e-learning course designed to improve identification and response to victims of sex trafficking within various health care settings.
Created by professionals in acute care, mental health, and emergency services and peer reviewed by experts in the effects of trauma, i:CAREoffers a comprehensive understanding of domestic minor sex trafficking.
Designed with the latest methods for engaging the online learner, this stimulating course offers continuing education credits for physicians and nurses. Additionally, all course participants receive a pdfi:CARE manual which provides a summary of course concepts as well as additional detail and reference material regarding the effects of psychological and physical trauma and includes many survivor vignettes and perspectives.
The accompanying pdf version of the i:CARE manual follows the online curriculum. It provides additional detail and reference material regarding the effects of psychological and physical trauma and includes many survivor vignettes and perspectives.
Please note: A purchase of any i:CARE package gives 30-day access to take and complete the course and to print the certificate of completion. Once you complete the course, the course is marked complete, and access is removed. You may then print the certificate of completion within the full 30-day window.
Included in this course:
- 5 one hour e-learning modules described below
- 5 continuing education units approved by NAPNAP
- 30-day access to complete the i:CARE Course
- i:CARE Health Care Provider’s Guide (pdf version)
- i:CARE Training Video Series (four 5-minute segments)
- Printable certificate of completion
The e-learning modules:
- Module A—definition of the crime; common vulnerabilities with at risk populations; trafficker recruitment and grooming tactics
- Module B—establishing guidelines regarding multidisciplinary team approach; victim-centered, trauma-informed care
- Module C—psychological impact and signs of complex trauma; recommendations for victim-centered response
- Module D—physical health consequences; common red flags; diverse health presentations that may indicate trafficking
- Module E—challenges in treating victims and interacting with traffickers in the acute care setting; standard protocol for reducing trauma in the medical interview and exam