An At-a-Glance document describing the role healthcare professionals should take in identifying and serving victims of trafficking and describing the short-term and long-term health effects of human trafficking on victims.

Identifying Victims of Human Trafficking: What to Look for in a Healthcare Setting - National Human Trafficking Resource Center, 2010 DOWNLOAD

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