Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences is scheduled to co-host a seminar on human trafficking and intimate partner violence in Tarrant County with cooperation from Tarrant County Public Health, the JPS Health Network and UnBound Fort Worth.
Identifying and Responding to Human Trafficking and Intimate Partner Violence in Healthcare will examine these issues from a healthcare and public health perspective, including how to identify, communicate, treat and provide resources to potential victims. Survivors of human trafficking and intimate partner violence will share their experiences in order to highlight gaps in care and identify areas for intervention. Evidence-based screening tools and implementation processes will also be presented, and representatives from local organizations will discuss resources and services. Attendees will be invited to join a new community of practice to strengthen local data and measure improvements in care in Tarrant County.
Nursing and physician continuing education credits will be offered to those attending the seminar.
Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019
7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
TCU Brown Lupton University Union Ballroom
2901 Stadium Drive
Fort Worth, TX
Seminar costs: $50 – $85