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Tuesday, April 17th | Lunch Keynote & Closing Reception | 12:15-1:30pm
Human Trafficking: How to Recognize and Report
Kathleen has her doctorate in nursing practice and is an Assistant Professor of Nursing at Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes Jewish College in St. Louis, Missouri where she teaches Public and Community Health.
Working in Public Health for over 18 years, Kathleen is one of the founding members of the Human Trafficking Collaborative Network that is housed within the Washington University Institute of Public Health. Kathleen leads the Health care systems work group to advance evidence based practice clinical identification, response and care of victims of human trafficking. She completed a Forensic Certificate at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore. Her work in Forensics is related to forensics aspects in clinical practice.
Her clinical practice and research is focused on vulnerable populations, health care disparities and all forms of interpersonal violence.