The Evidence Hour: Leveraging Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships to Improve Human Trafficking Prevalence Studies
Source: Center for Victim Research
On January 5, Rebecca Pfeffer, Ph.D., and Kelle Barrick, Ph.D., shared findings from their scoping review of research methods used to measure the prevalence of human trafficking. Terri Galvan, MPP, shared her experiences as the Executive Director of Community Against Sexual Harm (CASH) assisting sex trafficking survivors through harm reduction and trauma-informed practices and training local law enforcement and other groups on person-centered strategies for helping survivors. The recording is available on the CVR YouTube channel:
The Center for Victim Research’s webinar series, The Evidence Hour, showcases a recent systematic review* or meta-analysis about victimization, trauma, or victim services. Each webinar features an author of the research and a practitioner discussant who will review the findings and reflect on what they mean for victim service providers and researchers.
Topics: Domestic Violence in Later Life, Emotional/Psychological Abuse, Multidisciplinary Teams, Overview/General, Screening/Assessment, Sexual Abuse
Intended Use: Self-directed Learning
Audience: Caregivers, Community, Legal/Law Enforcement, Multidisciplinary, Social Services
Level: Basic, Intermediate