Dr. Stoklosa, Executive Director of HEAL Trafficking, is an emergency physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital with appointments at Harvard Medical School, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative. Dr. Stoklosa is a well-recognized investigator, advocate, and speaker focusing on the public health of trafficking survivors in the US and internationally. She has advised the International Organization for Migration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Labor, and National Academy of Medicine on issues of human trafficking and testified as an expert witness multiple times before the US Congress. Moreover, she has conducted research on trafficking and vulnerable populations in a diversity of settings including Australia, China, Egypt, Guatemala, India, Liberia, Nepal, Kazakhstan, the Philippines, South Sudan, Taiwan, and Thailand. Dr. Stoklosa published the first textbook addressing the public health response to trafficking, Human Trafficking Is a Public Health Issue A Paradigm Expansion in the United States.
Download a complimentary copy of an article co-authored by Dr. Stoklosa, "Training US health care professionals on human trafficking: where do we go from here?"
View a brief video featuring Dr. Stoklosa, "Caring for Victims of Trafficking: Identification."
View a brief video featuring Dr. Stoklosa, "Caring for Victims of Trafficking: Trauma-informed Care."
Dr. Bosson is a third-year psychiatry resident at Massachusetts General Hospital/McLean Residency Program at Harvard Medical School. Before moving to Boston to complete a second residency, she served as an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky.
Dr. Bosson was the former Medical Director of the Refugee Health Program (RHP) at the University of Louisville Global Health Center (GHC) where she began an integrated mental health program. As part of her role, she oversaw all medical activities within the GHC-RHP, including medical, psychiatric, social services, and community outreach for the different refugee/immigrant populations. Dr. Bosson is currently gratis faculty at the University of Louisville. She continues to maintain a practice and research focus on international healthcare, including refugee, immigrant, and undocumented populations.
Dr. Bosson has lived on three different continents and has presented both locally, nationally, and internationally on areas involving refugee health, human trafficking, and refugee population-specific interventions.
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Assessment Tool for Health Care Provider Human Trafficking Training
Use this link to access this assessment tool from HEAL Trafficking.