Naomi J. Ishioka, RN, MSN, CEN
Beaumont Hospital Troy Emergency Shift Lead
Release Date: Sep 21, 2018
Expiry Date: Sep 20, 2020
Topic: Human Trafficking: How is This Relevant to My Practice
Presenter: Naomi Ishioka, RN, MSN, CEN
Topic Overview: Human trafficking and slavery are NOT a thing of the past. In the past 10 years, human trafficking and slavery have emerged as an insidious and dark part of today's society. Modern-day slavery includes forced labor in homes, nail salons, farms, businesses, and perhaps most prevalently in the sex for hire industry. As nurses and engaged members of society, it is important to understand the implications of this problem, recognize the signs of a person who is being held against their will, and know how to respond. In this session, we will explore this topic.
- Participants will be able to describe the problem of human trafficking in the United States.
- Participants will be able to list three identifying signs of a person who is being trafficked.
- Participants will be able to discuss the role and responsibilities of the nurse in recognition of the victim of trafficking.
Participants will be able to list reporting and referral resources for victims of human trafficking.
Naomi Ishoka, RN, MSN, CEN, has worked in the emergency care setting for 17 years. She has been dedicated to the education of nurses and the community for many years on various topics including human trafficking, drug use and abuse in the community, and other various clinical nursing topics. She has spoken at several conferences and events regarding these topics. She is employed as a nurse clinician at Beaumont Health and is the current President of the Huron Valley Chapter of Emergency Nurses Association.
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