Human Trafficking Prevention Through Interdisciplinary Faculty Education
Interprofessional Education for Public Health
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The objectives of this session are the following: 1. Describe an interdisciplinary healthcare faculty educational program that increased awareness of human trafficking. 2. Demonstrate how interdisciplinary healthcare faculty education strategies produced inter-professional collaboration and curriculum change. 3. Explain how faculty progressed through the stages of change as described in the transtheoretical model by Prochaska and DiClemente (1983).
Medicine and Health Sciences
Kent, Brianna; Gaillard-Kenney, Sandrine; Colon, Rose; and Reesey, Adriane, "Human Trafficking Prevention Through Interdisciplinary Faculty Education" (2013). Faculty Proceedings, Presentations, Posters, Speeches, Lectures, etc.. 105.
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