Webinar “Human Trafficking: What’s It All About?”
07/15/2020 12:00 pm - 07/15/2020 12:45 pm
Join us for this free presentation which will address what human trafficking is including the various forms it takes, how to identify and support possible victims, what their physical and behavioral needs are, and what resources are available to help survivors.
Join us for this free presentation which will address what human trafficking is including the various forms it takes, how to identify and support possible victims, what their physical and behavioral needs are, and what resources are available to help survivors. The presentation is open to anyone in healthcare, law enforcement, social services and anyone interested in learning more about human trafficking. The presentation will be followed by a brief Q&A session.
The webinar presenter is Donna Sabella, faculty member at PA College.
Donna Sabella, M.Ed., MSN, PhD, PMHNP-BC, is a psychiatric/mental health nurse practitioner working in corrections. She is the founder and contributing editor for the American Journal of Nursing’s Mental Health Matters column and serves as the track-coordinator for the College’s Psych NP program. Aside from her expertise in mental health, Dr. Sabella is recognized as an expert in human trafficking and has been called a pioneer in nursing for increasing awareness of human trafficking in the profession. She has numerous presentations and publications on the topic. While at Drexel University she developed a certificate in Human Trafficking and has taught human trafficking courses in a number of other universities. A former Program Director and a founding member of Dawn’s Place, a residential recovery program for trafficked and prostituted women in Philadelphia, she is also the co-founder and Associate Editor for the Journal of Human Trafficking as well a founding member of the Global Association of Human Trafficking Scholars (GAHTS).
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Questions about the webinar? Email Donna at email@example.com.