Human Trafficking and Public Health: A Connection

Instructor: Susan Gambler, LMSW 

Date: Saturday Sept. 16, 2017 

Time: 10:30am to 1:30pm

Course Code: SWHUMTRA

Room: Silberman/TBD

Cost: $105.00

Description: The session will include defining Human Trafficking and its effect on health issues of the clients we serve. Educational activity content may include lecture, film, handouts, and/or interactive discussion.

CE Hours: 3 


About the Instructor:

Susan Gambler serves as Vice Chair for the NYC Not on My Watch! Safe Haven Network, a citywide movement to eradicate human trafficking and intimate partner violence.

Ms. Gambler is certified by NYU as a field instructor for Social Work students in addition to serving as preceptor for Touro College of Pharmacy doctoral students. In addition, she has an extensive background in public health including HIV/AIDS, STDs, and has worked closed with community organizations and city agencies. This experience includes leadership roles in HIV counseling, testing and partner notification, sexual assault advocacy, rape crisis counseling, and court mandated HIV testing of felons at the request of the rape survivor. Her experience also includes program development and implementation, quality assurance, staff development, supervision, and training. After retirement from NYC DOHMH in 2013, Ms. Gambler served briefly in 2016 as Social Worker in a shelter for battered women.


ONLINE REGISTRATION

PHONE REGISTRATION: (212) 650-3850

QUESTIONS ABOUT THE COURSE: (212) 396-7619

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