2024 HCAM Webinar: Taking a Closer Look at Human Trafficking

June 5 | 9-10 am ET

*available on-demand after June 6
 

Human Trafficking is not a new Buzz Word. The state of Michigan has required that all healthcare providers have one hour of education on human trafficking. The goal of this session is to assist the participant to take a closer look at the residents, visitors, and other individuals that you come in contact on a daily basis. Every resident that you come in contact with could be a trafficking victim. So, do you know what to do if you have a trafficking victim in your arena?

Nurse Learner Objective: At the conclusion of this session, participants will self-report a knowledge gain of how to identify, communicate, care plan and report human trafficking in a health care setting.

Learner Objectives:

  1.     Identify victims and warning signs of labor and sex trafficking in the health care setting.
  2.     Communicate effectively with the human trafficking victim.
  3.     Develop plan of care using a a multi-discipline approach in taking care of human trafficking victim.
  4.     Examine resources for reporting suspected victims.

Why Take This Course?

In Michigan, Act 368 of the Public Health Code amended in 2014 (and put in effect in 2015) added a one-time requirement that all healthcare professionals receive one hour of continuing education before license renewal. The continuing education program must focus on the following objectives (per Michigan Administrative Code R. 338.604):

  •     Understanding the types and venues of human trafficking in the United States
  •     Identifying victims of human trafficking in health care settings
  •     Identifying warning signs of human trafficking in health care settings for adults and minors
  •     Resources for reporting the suspected victims of human trafficking

This course meets the requirements for this rule.

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Continuing Education

RN: This program will provide participants the opportunity to earn up to 1 nurse contact hour. Health Care Association of Michigan is approved as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the Wisconsin Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. This program is jointly provided with MI-NADONA/LTC.

NHA: The Health Care Association of Michigan is a Certified Sponsor of continuing education with the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB).

  • Live Virtual: This program has been submitted, but not yet approved for Continuing Education for 1 total participant hour by NAB/NCERS - Approval #
  • On-Demand: This program has been submitted, but not yet approved for Continuing Education for 1 total participant hour by NAB/NCERS - Approval #

CE Reporting:  HCAM will need 30 days after the event conclusion to compile and process all attendance data. Once the data is compiled, certificates will be available to access. Certificate questions should be directed to Mary Gettel.

Requirements of Participation:

  1. Attendance is being strictly monitored.
  2. Be sure you are entering and exiting sessions at the start and end of the session – if you miss more than 10 minutes because you arrived late or left early, you will lose partial credit. HCAM will issue partial credit by half hour attended. It is YOUR responsibility to follow the agenda and be on time!
  3. A post-test must be successfully completed with a passing score of 85% or higher in order to earn credit.
  4. The evaluation must be completed in order to earn your certificate of completion.
  5. Attendees caught cheating or violating our attendance policies will not receive credit for the remainder of the event.