Human Trafficking Response and Social Disparities Training
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Super Bowl LIII and Sex Trafficking; A Case Study

Delyte Lynne Nasch, FNP-BC

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1 Contact Hour

About the Author

Delyte Lynne Nasch, FNP-BC has 33 years of experience in healthcare, 23 years
as an RN working in multiple areas of nursing including CCU/ICU, Cardiac Catheterization
Lab, Nursing Education, Obstetrics, and Home Health Nursing. 10 years as a Nurse Practitioner
working in Family Practice, Internal Medicine and Long-Term Care.

Course Description

This course is designed for nurse clinicians that (what do they do) in the (where do they work) setting. The purpose of this course is Educate Nurse Professionals on Sex Trafficking Victim Identification. The Nurse will become knowledgeable of human trafficking impact in the United States. The course will bring to light how large sporting events like the Super Bowl, impact the rates of human sex trafficking. The Nurse will how to identify potential victims of sex trafficking and how to assess and care for them. The course will discuss what health services are needed in the recovery of sex trafficking victims and what needs to be done going forward in the prevention of human sex trafficking.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course the Nurse:

  • Will become knowledgeable of the definition of human trafficking and statisti
  • Will understand the implications of the major sporting event the “Super Bowl” on human trafficking
  • Will become knowledgeable of the City of Atlanta Georgia’s response to combatting human trafficking
  • Will understand the research surrounding human trafficking research and sex trafficking networks
  • Will become knowledgeable of the recommendations made from the human trafficking research
  • Will understand the general red flags, sex trafficking and health indicators of human trafficking victims
  • Will become the steps to take to reach a victim-centered response and the role of the healthcare professional

Successful completion of this course will provide the learner with one (1) contact hour. This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Virginia Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation To receive credit for this course you must pass this test with a score of 80% or higher. No individual in a position to control content for this activity has any relevant financial relationships to declare. Contact hours will be provided for the completion of this activity from September 10, 2018 until September 18, 2020.

$10.00Add to cart

1Contact Hour