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Phlebotomy Classes Online

Certified Phlebotomy Technician Training: $1250.00

Phlebotomist are health care professionals who draw blood and other specimens from patients or blood donors for medical testing and processing. Phlebotomist work in hospitals, HMO's, home health agencies, clinics, large medical offices, laboratories, and blood banks. The demand for phlebotomist is rising. Increased population growth and the number of laboratory tests ordered by physicians due to advances in biotechnology have contributed to the demand. This certificate program includes classroom & lab instruction followed by an internship where the student will get the opportunity to further develop these critical workplace skills. The courses that comprise the program are Introduction to Phlebotomy, Medical Law and Ethics, Medical Terminology, Asepsis and Infection Control, CPR and First Aid, Blood Collection Procedures, Specimen collection (non-blood) and Occupational Communication. This course prepares you to sit for the Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT) exam. The CPT is a national credential for the Phlebotomy Technician profession. Certification through the National Health career Association recognizes the competency and proficiency of a clinical individual and is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA).

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Human Trafficking Contact Hours

Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking Contact Hours:  2 Cost: $100.00

For a complete list of accreditation's for this course, please see the accreditation information box below the author’s bio.  All states (with the exception of Hawaii) recognize our courses for accredited continuing nursing education, CNE, contact hours.

Human Trafficking is considered a form of modern-day slavery. It is a multi-billion-dollar industry and occurs in all parts of the world. It is believed that at the latest count, over 20 million people, from all walks of life, have been victims of human trafficking. From child sex trafficking to forced labor (farm workers, domestic servants and construction workers), these victims have been denied their freedom, their livelihood (earned wages), and are often subjected to inhumane living conditions and unsafe working environments.
The purpose of this educational offering is to familiarize the healthcare professional with the issues of human trafficking, including recognition of potential victims, identification of support services available for victims of human trafficking, and acknowledgment of the legal obligations of healthcare providers when caring for potential victims of human trafficking. 

This course meets the Florida Board of Nursing requirement for 2 contact hours of continuing education on the subject of Human Trafficking.
This course meets the Michigan requirements for continuing education for nurses, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, and nursing home administrators.


At the conclusion of this educational program, the participant will be able to:

  1. Identify potential risk factors for a victim of human trafficking

  2. Recommend social/legal services available to victims of human trafficking

  3. Discuss the various types of human trafficking

  4. Verbalize healthcare-related guidelines for reporting suspected human trafficking

  5. Give examples of human trafficking hotline numbers and websites for referral services

  6. Review State-specific information on mandated  education requirements and care of human

            trafficking victims


Chapter 1 -Definition of human trafficking, types of human trafficking, global statistics

Global statistic on human trafficking
Human Trafficking is defined by Unicef, Department of Homeland Security, Florida Department of Health
Types of human trafficking 

Chapter 2- Factors that place a person at greater risk of being a victim of human trafficking 

National Center on Safe, Supportive Learning Environments
Stages of Grooming for Sexual Exploitation
Special Consideration: Male Survivors of Human Trafficking
Unique Aspects in Human Trafficking: The Super Bowl and the Airline Industry 

Chapter 3- Validated assessment tools/general indicators for use by healthcare professionals 

Validated Assessment Tool, published in June 2014, by the VERA Institute of Justice
Identifying Victims of Human Trafficking
General Indicators of Human Trafficking
Sex trafficking indicators
Labor trafficking indicators
Physical health indicators
Mental health indicators
Patient Assessment of a potential victim of human trafficking.
Stockholm syndrome (also known as Survival Identification Syndrome). 
Medical Documentation

Chapter 4- Services available to assist human trafficking victims (social/medical/legal and websites)

Services Available to Victims of Human Trafficking: A Resource Guide for Social Service Providers 
ATEST Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking
Department of Homeland Security, The Blue Campaign
ECPAT Ending Child Slavery and the Source USA
National Human Trafficking Hotline
American Bar Association Task Force on Human Trafficking
SOAR program chapter 5- State-specific overview of education requirements and services available for victims of

human trafficking Florida Nurses

Senate Bill 852, with regards to the Florida Board of Nursing CE requirement
An overview of the Florida Department of Health programs
Florida Coalition Against Human Trafficking

Michigan Nurses

MCL 333.16148 Nursing Continuing Education Requirements

Michigan Pharmacist and Pharmacy Technicians

MCL 333.16148 Continuing Education RequirementsMichigan Nursing Home Administrators

Bruen Medical Partners

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Corporate Sales # 845-201-0022

Test Request Requisition fax to # 845-232-2207



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