Rachel DiSanto

Family medicine physician, short term medical missionary, anti-human trafficking laborer and educator.

Sex Trafficking and Treating Sexually Transmitted Infections

Breakout Session
Student Building (Block) SMC 303 The Porch
P, AAFP, DO, PA, NP, N, D

This session will review the horrible problem of STI's in trafficked populations and the importance of screening and appropriate treatment. We will also discuss a successful model for mobile cervical cancer screening and treatment in low resource settings.

Objectives

Following this sessions, attendees will be able to:
1. discuss the specific risk factors for contracting STI's that affect trafficked persons
2. discuss making a diagnosis of an STI in low resource settings
3. discuss treatment modalities and challenges for trafficked persons