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Human trafficking has become a growing social concern worldwide. Despite efforts to prevent it, human trafficking (human slavery) is an abuse that affects all age groups, genders, and ethnicities. Health professionals are increasingly required to be aware of the problem of human trafficking, to recognize it and to know how to intervene. Although the laws and law enforcement agencies combat human trafficking, health agencies are increasingly confronted with the demoralizing and crippling effects this abuse has on individuals, whole families and communities.
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- Describe the scope of Human Trafficking
- Explain the consequences of Human Trafficking
- Discuss how to report Human Trafficking
II. Human Trafficking Defined
III. Social Trends And Causes Of Human Trafficking
1. Statistics of Human Trafficking
IV. Pathophysiology Of DKA
1. Debt Bondage
2. Domestic Service
3. Forced Labor
4. Forced Marriage
5. Organ Trafficking
6. Sex Trafficking
V. Victims Of Human Trafficking
VI. Consequences Of Human Trafficking
1. Psychological Consequences
2. Physical Consequences
VII. Methods Of Human Trafficking
4. Monopolizing Perception
6. Trivial Demands
7. Inducing Debility
VIII. Recognizing Human Trafficking Individuals
IX. Identifying Human Trafficking Victims
1. Interview Questions for Suspected Human Trafficking
X. Reporting Human Trafficking
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