Child Trafficking: Issues for Policy and Practice

Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 46 (1):159-163 (2018)
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Efforts to address child trafficking require intensive collaboration among professionals of varied disciplines. Healthcare professionals have a major role in this multidisciplinary approach. Training is essential for all professionals, and policies and protocols may assist in fostering an effective, comprehensive response to victimization.



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