Texas Human Trafficking Training
Texas Health and Human Services Commission (Texas HHSC) Approved
|1197-3-2||Texas : Human Trafficking (Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians) - 2 Hours||Pharmacy, State Mandated Courses, Compliance, TX Human Trafficking, Unlimited Pharmacy CPE||Texas||$15.00|
|1027-1||Texas : Human Trafficking for Healthcare Providers - 2 Hours||Dental CE, Nursing CE, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy CE, State Mandated Courses, Compliance, Massage Therapy, TX Human Trafficking, Unlimited Dental CE, Unlimited Nursing CE, Unlimited Physical Therapy CEU||Texas||$15.00|
Texas Human Trafficking Training Requirement:
Texas Human Trafficking Training Requirements for Healthcare Professionals: House Bill 2059, 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, requires beginning September 1, 2020, certain health care practitioners who provide direct patient care must complete an approved human trafficking prevention training course in order to renew their license. In order to satisfy the training requirement, the course must be approved by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (Texas HHSC).
Texas Human Prevention Trafficking Training Approval:
Biologix Solutions’ Online Human Trafficking Training is Approved for the Following Professionals (Approval).
Board of Nursing
Advanced Practice Registered Nurses
Licensed Vocational Nurses
State Board of Pharmacy
State Board of Dental Examiners
Board of Physical Therapy Examiners
Physical Therapist Assistants
Board of Occupational Therapy Examiners
Occupational Therapy Assistants
Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
All other healthcare licensees: Non CE Certificate of Completion: 2 hours
This is a list of practitioners required to complete a Texas HHS approved human trafficking training for licensure renewal. This list may be incomplete; check your licensing board’s regulations to verify your requirements. Licensees must continue to complete an approved training course during each subsequent renewal cycle.
Human Trafficking Training :
Health care practitioners are in a unique position to intervene in human trafficking, one of the most insidious and seemingly invisible public health challenges. This includes both labor and sex trafficking, and may involve people of any age, gender, race/ethnicity, nationality, immigration status, or sexual orientation. Victims and survivors of human trafficking may be seen at local clinics, emergency departments, or other medical settings and the health care team’s actions at that moment can make a life-saving difference. This training is meant to provide you with a variety of resources to inform and support planning for that critical response.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Define human trafficking.
- Identify the forms of human trafficking.
- Recognize factors associated with greater risk of being a victim of human trafficking.
- Identify indicators that contribute to human trafficking.
- Identify risk factors and behavioral indicators for labor trafficking.
- Identify risk factors and behavioral indicators for sex trafficking.
- Identify a victim of human trafficking in a healthcare setting.
- Explain the psychological, health, and social consequences of human trafficking.
- Interviewing strategies to assess and identify victims and promote the ethical treatment of trafficking victims.
- Describes procedures for sharing information related to human trafficking with a patient.
- Describe various educational, prevention, mental health, legal, and social services interventions and responses targeted to Texas human trafficking victims.
- Appropriately report victims of human trafficking.