Media Articles Articles from newspapers, magazines, and reports to highlight the work of providers and organizations to combat trafficking. Physicians can play crucial role in identifying human-trafficking victims "Physicians Can Play Crucial Role in Identifying Human-Trafficking Victims." Martha Jablow. AAMCNews. May 2, 2017. Health-care workers learning to combat the 'epidemic' of human trafficking "Health-care workers learning to combat the 'epidemic' of human trafficking." Kas Roussy. CBC News. May 1, 2017. Targeting vulnerable communities: Public awareness of human trafficking must align with policies directly benefiting all victims and survivors “Targeting vulnerable communities: Public awareness of human trafficking must align with policies directly benefiting all victims and survivors.” Ima Matul. Open Democracy. January 16, 2017. Human trafficking in the ED: Pearls and pitfalls "Human Trafficking in the ED: Pearls and Pitfalls." Shannon Findlay, Daniel Runde, & Christopher Buresh. emDocs. December 2, 2016. El Cajon couple accused of holding a woman in indentured servitude get sentenced "El Cajon couple accused of holding a woman in indentured servitude get sentenced." Kristina Davis. The San Diego Union-Tribune. November 29, 2016. Confronting human trafficking through a public health lens "Confronting human trafficking through a public health lens." Public Health Newswire. American Public Health Association. November 2, 2016. Why human trafficking is a public health problem “Why human trafficking is a public health problem.” Margeaux Gray. The CNN Freedom Project: Ending Modern-Day Slavery. July 25, 2016. Human trafficking and opioid abuse “Human Trafficking and Opioid Abuse.” Katherine Chon. The Administration for Children and Families’ The Family Room Blog. May 17, 2016. Healthcare: Are your staff educated to recognize human trafficking? “Healthcare: Are your staff educated to recognize human trafficking?” Holly Austin Smith. The Huffington Post. April 25, 2016. Health care takes on the fight against trafficking “Health care takes on the fight against trafficking.” Dan Gorenstein. Marketplace of American Public Media. March 2, 2016. [A three-part series]. Addressing sex trafficking “Addressing sex trafficking.” Kimberly S.G. Chang and Nicole Littenberg. Honolulu Star Advertiser. 2015. Most doctors couldn’t spot a human trafficking victim if they saw one. Could you? “Most Doctors Couldn’t Spot A Human-Trafficking Victim If They Saw One. Could You?” by Jenna Birch. Yahoo Health, March 18 2015. Tech-based services needed to protect OFWs “Tech-based Services Needed to Protect OFWs,” by Buena Bernal. Rappler, March 9 2015. How to recognize, treat victims of sex trafficking “How to recognize, treat victims of sex trafficking.” Jessica Munoz. ACEP Now. March 7 2014. From the streets to the ‘World’s Best Mom' "From the Streets to the ‘World’s Best Mom,’" by Nicolas Kristof. New York Times, October 12, 2013. Analysis: Sex workers bear brunt of war on trafficking “Analysis: Sex workers Bear Brunt of War on Trafficking.” IRIN News. September 3, 2013. Juvenile courts work to treat teen prostitutes as victims “Juvenile courts work to treat teen prostitutes as victims,” by Erika Aguilar. 89.3 KPCC Public Radio, July 13, 2012. The war on women: Sex trafficking edition “The War on Women: Sex Trafficking Edition,” by Stephanie Mencimer. Mother Jones, May/June Issue 2012. Urban legends and hoaxes: How hyperbole hurts trafficking victims “Urban Legends and Hoaxes: How Hyperbole Hurts Trafficking Victims,” by Rachel Lloyd. Huffington Post, February 3, 2012. Unlike Netherlands, U.S. gives no shelter to sex trafficking victims “Unlike Netherlands, U.S. Gives No Shelter to Sex Trafficking Victims,” by Julia Rooke. Latitude News, 2012. Combating stereotypes: Lessons from the Aloun Farms human trafficking case “Combating Stereotypes: Lessons from the Aloun Farms Human Trafficking Case,” by Wayne Chung Tanaka and Dr. Nicole Littenberg. USAID Blog, September 2011. Atlanta’s Grady Memorial Hospital joins fight against human trafficking “Atlanta’s Grady Memorial Hospital Joins Fight Against Human Trafficking.” Huffington Post, August 20, 2011. In Oakland, redefining sex trade workers as abuse victims “In Oakland, Redefining Sex Trade Workers as Abuse Victims,” by Patricia Leigh Brown. New York Times, May 23, 2011. Filipina domestic workers on the move “Filipina Domestic Workers on the Move,” by Christine Joy Ferrer. Race, Poverty, and the Environment. 2011. Ending human trafficking: Health workers help to identify victims: Global problem reaches inside U.S. borders “Ending human trafficking: Health workers help to identify victims: Global problem reaches inside U.S. borders,” by Teddi Dineley Johnson. The Nation’s Health, American Public Health Association, October 2010. Making a difference: Stopping the traffic “Making a Difference: Stopping the Traffic. Nonprofit helps hidden victims of human trafficking and torture,” by Tiffany Hill. Honolulu Magazine, May 30, 2009. He cares for tortured and enslaved among immigrants: UCLA Today profiles psychiatrist who works with patients from 25 countries “He cares for tortured and enslaved among immigrants: UCLA Today profiles psychiatrist who works with patients from 25 countries,” by Cynthia Lee. UCLA International Institute. November 30, 2005.