Sunday, June 28, 2015
"Nearly 88% of trafficking survivors reported having some kind of contact with the healthcare system while they were trafficked, according to a 2014 study in the Annals of Health Law. “No other sector plays a more critical role,” Barrows said. The bad news is most healthcare providers know little to nothing about trafficking and receive no training on how to identify and help victims. “The vast majority are absolutely clueless,” Barrows said. “Only a handful are looking at it seriously.” "
Hospitals train staff to spot victims of human trafficking - Modern Healthcare: