Practical Approach to Assessing and Treating Human Trafficking Victims

On-demand Webinar

Family physicians are essential care team members with the ability to identify victims of human trafficking, who span all ages, sexual orientations, ethnicities, and socio-economic backgrounds. Attend this session to develop an understanding of Michigan law, warning signs, and best resources to support both physicians and victims. Plus, gain a practical, straightforward, evidence-based approach to assessing and treating victims of human trafficking that may be integrated into the family medicine practice.  

Intended Audience

Family physicians, family medicine residents, medical students, and life members


Rachel Klamo, DO, FAAFPRachel KlamoDO, FAAFP
Family Physician and Chief of Family Medicine
Ascension Providence Rochester Hospital
Oxford, MI


This session, Practical Approach to Assessing and Treating Human Trafficking Victims, is approved for 1 Enduring AAFP Prescribed credit. Term of Approval is from 08/16/2023 to 08/15/2024. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. It also meets the State of Michigan's human trafficking training requirement for medical licensure.


  • MAFP Life, Active, Inactive, Resident Members: $50 (members must log in to receive the discounted rate)
  • MAFP Student, Transitional Members: Free (student membership is FREE)
  • Non-members: $100