Explore the sections below to find training materials, educational opportunities, digital tools and best practices guides, webinars, and publications from medical journals and newspapers. Share these resources to train and educate health care professionals on current events and research in trafficking issues. We encourage our community to see human trafficking as a critical medical problem and ourselves as major players in healing it.
HEAL’s two-day Train the Trainer Academy, held annually since 2019, equips health educators with the knowledge and teaching skills to train other health professionals in their communities to respond to human trafficking. The program is currently 100% virtual. Check out
Creating a trafficking response protocol or training curriculum for your health system? HEAL has provided technical assistance across the United States and internationally, and our toolkit is being used in over 60 countries.
The HEAL Speakers’ Bureau connects expert speakers with organizations to train on public health and health care responses to trafficking. Our speakers engage audiences at many types of venues in a variety of ways, including keynote speeches, presentations, and panel
HEAL is an international group of multidisciplinary professionals and survivors dedicated to building health care’s capacity to respond to trafficking. QAnon has used social media to rampantly spread disinformation about child trafficking to millions of Americans through social media and
Click below to hear from our CEO about how HEAL Trafficking is setting the standard for a human trafficking response in the health arena. Watch Video The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office on Trafficking in Persons
To learn more about the Legal Requirements for Reporting and Education tool, you can listen to this podcast with Jones Day’s Alexis Gilroy, Curt Kirschner, and Taylor Goodspeed, along with Dr. Hanni Stoklosa of HEAL Trafficking and Claire Zangerle of
The fight against trafficking benefits from the multi-pronged efforts of non-profit organizations, government divisions, and academic centers. These groups work on local, national, and international levels to support and protect trafficking survivors. Together, they form linkages that connect and strengthen
This section provides a range of information about human trafficking. It includes media articles, major reports from federal agencies and other key organizations, and a curated list of articles from the peer-reviewed medical literature.