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This group will provide great resources and an open forum to discuss the topics that are presented through the TNA Talks.

Members who attended the Talks will be able to share with those of you were unable to participate at the live venues and together we can share the message with nurses from across the state.

If you have any issues or need assistance please send an email to:  tna@texasnurses.org.

 


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wrote on the Other : Nurse Talks Empowerment Series wall: Hello! There were two questions that the speaker, Dr. Peck, from the February Nurse Talks on Identifying, Responding to Human Trafficking in Clinical Settings could not get to. Jessica L. Peck, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANP, graciously responded to them - Thank you Jessica! Here goes: 1. Is there a small, business card-sized type card that could be handed to an individual if one suspects they are a victim but they don’t provide any information because of fear? No, there are no cards recommended. It is dangerous to give out information. That is in part why the hotline is designed to be easy to memorize. 1-888-3737-888. If shift the dash, it is much easier to remember. You can also text HELP to BEFREE. There are some resources available designed to be more covert in nature. For example, there is a group who makes soaps with the number embedded, and I have also heard of a group who makes lipsticks with a secret barcode. If nothing else, reassuring individuals the health care environment is a safe place to seek assistance is appropriate. In other words, if they can't remember who to call, getting to a clinical setting is the next best choice. SOAP Project - About: https://www.soapproject.org/about.php 2. You mentioned a YouTube video “Be The One” during your presentation, is this a movie and can you share the link? I mentioned two videos, found linked below. I Am Jane Doe: https://www.iamjanedoefilm.com/ Be the One: https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/initiatives/human-trafficking This is from the Texas Attorney General, and has a bent towards law enforcement.
Posted Monday, March 2, 2020
wrote on the Other : Nurse Talks Empowerment Series wall: Here are attendees at TTUHSC-Laura Bush Women's Institute in Amarillo holding up February Nurse Talks' flyer about Human Trafficking presented by Dr. Peck.
Posted Wednesday, February 26, 2020
wrote on the Other : Nurse Talks Empowerment Series wall: 126 attendees gather at University of Texas Health, Area Health Education Center in Laredo gather for the February Nurses Talks about Human Trafficking!
Posted Wednesday, February 19, 2020
wrote on the Other : Nurse Talks Empowerment Series wall: 16 Nurses in Taiba Hospital in Sabeh al Salem, Kuwait gather to discuss the eye-opening topic of Human Trafficking during the February Nurse Talks.
Posted Wednesday, February 19, 2020
wrote on the Other : Nurse Talks Empowerment Series wall: Here are participants from UT Health North Campus in Tyler watching the great Nurse Talks presentation from Dr. Peck about Human Trafficking.
Posted Tuesday, February 18, 2020
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