Human trafficking literature review
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Literature review on human trafficking
Ctbackground: despite the multiple physical and psychological health consequences associated with human trafficking, there is little evidence-based guidance available for health providers on assessing and meeting the health needs of trafficked people.
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Further prominent themes were the necessity of multi-agency working strategies and well-defined referral sions: human trafficking survivors require healthcare that is trauma-informed and culturally sensitive to their particular needs.
The impact on domestic youth, and the availability and/or effectiveness of services for these is human trafficking?
Future research should generate empirical evidence to develop trafficking indicators for use by health providers, alongside validated screening tools, and evaluate the effectiveness of psychological ds: human trafficking; qualitative; systematic review; violencepmid: 27473258 pmcid: pmc4966814 doi: 10.
Victims of human trafficking: inherent challenges and promising strategies from the ng the hidden wounds: trauma treatment and mental health recovery for victims of human trafficking into and within the united states: a review of the of hhs programs serving human trafficking g a path to recovery: residential facilities for minor victims of domestic sex trafficking into and within the united states: a review of the r j.
Clawson, nicole dutch, amy solomon, and lisa goldblatt comprehensive review of current literature on human trafficking into and within the united states focuses on surveying what the social science or other literature has found about the issues of identifying and effectively serving trafficking victims.
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We aimed to review literature that provided guidance or research on care provision for people who had been s: we conducted a systematic review and qualitative analysis of peer-reviewed and grey literature.
Within current literature on survivor identification, key indicators included signs of physical and sexual abuse, absence of documentation, and being accompanied by a controlling companion.
Documents were included if they reported on: 1) male or females (adults or children) who were currently or had previously been trafficked; 2) health interventions or service provision; 3) primary, secondary, tertiary or specialist post-trafficking services; and 4) world bank high income countries.
Trafficking into and within the united states: a review of the trafficking into and wit...
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