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Human Trafficking 2 hour CE program to meet the requirements for the Florida Board of Nursing
June 24, 2020 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
June All Florida CMSA Chapters CE Webinar
Human Trafficking 2 hour CE program to meet the requirements for the Florida Board of Nursing.
The Florida Chapters of the Case Management Society of America are committed to offering continuing education nurses and case managers. In the State of Florida, the Florida Board of Nursing requires all Nurses to complete a 2 hour CE course on human trafficking when they renew their nursing license.
As we can’t meet in person due to COVID 19, the Florida Chapters of CMSA have come together to offer this course.
The course will cover:
- The types of human trafficking
• Factors that place a person at greater risk of being a victim of human trafficking
• Public and private social services available for rescue, food, clothing and shelter referrals
• Hotlines for reporting human trafficking which are maintained by the National Human Trafficking Resource Center and the United States Department of Homeland Security
• Validated assessment tools for identifying a human trafficking victim and general indicators that a person may be a victim of human trafficking
• Procedures for sharing information related to human trafficking with a patient
• Referral options for legal and social services
Date: June 24, 2020 and Time: 5:30 -8:00 PM
Sponsor: NeuLIife Rehabilitation
Number of CEs: 2 contact hours for Nurses and Board Certified Case Managers
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend
NOTE: We have a maximum number who can take this program via zoom of 90 people. We will keep you posted if when we reach this number.
Donna Check, MBA
Donna is a respected leader and mentor in business and healthcare, with instrumental roles in the ground-floor strategic planning, development and start-up of what have become nationally known and respected organizations including specialized rehabilitation programs. With proven leadership successes including administrative and clinical team building, Donna excels in having long-standing relationships of trust with professionals in the healthcare industry by ensuring Excellence in Customer Service in addition to the best possible outcome for each patient treated. In late 2012, Donna was asked to serve as the subject matter expert, Co-Founder and Executive Director of what is now NeuLife Rehab, a CARF Accredited specialized rehabilitation program treating individuals with brain, spinal cord, and complex orthopedic injuries and other challenging diagnoses. Donna maintains four key principles of success – clarity in vision, a strong team in line with the vision, a driven focus on outcomes and objectives, and the provision of consistent Excellence in Customer Service… no matter the industry.
Jeanine Zukerman, RN, BSN, CCM
Jeanine Zukerman is Director of clinical innovation at MTI American. She brings with her two decades as a registered nurse and professional case manager in a variety of healthcare settings. Her diverse experience includes hospital emergency room case management, utilization review, managed care, workers’ compensation and catastrophic case management. She offers a wealth of knowledge and various perspectives having served different stakeholders within the workers’ compensation system. Currently, she serves as the president for the Central Florida CMSA, and volunteers as a speaker and passionate advocate for education and prevention of human trafficking.