Family Medicine Grand Rounds – Human Trafficking in Ontario: Identification and Management in Primary Care

Join us on Wednesday, February 5 from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. for Family Medicine Grand Rounds in the Western Centre for Public Health and Family Medicine Building, Room 1150. Rebecca Brown, MSW, RSW, Aura Burditt, chair of the London Anti-Human Trafficking Committee, and Mia Bondi, a nurse practitioner in the Nurse Practitioner Health Zone, will present, Human Trafficking in Ontario: Identification and Management in Primary Care.

Learning Objectives: 

This program seeks to enable participants to:

  1. Understand definitions and mechanisms of human trafficking in Ontario, prevalence, and risk factors for vulnerable populations;
  2. Identify signs and symptoms that may indicate someone is at risk of, or is being trafficked; and
  3. Become familiar with linkage to care pathways for vulnerable or trafficked persons to provide safety and support.

25% interaction will be included (45 min. presentation with 15 min. Q&A)

If you cannot attend this session in person, please join us live at If you experience difficulties connecting, please contact ETMS at 519-661-2111 ext. 83035 for assistance.

When live-streaming it is important to start promptly at 8:30 and conclude at 9:30 a.m. Please ensure you arrive and are seated before 8:30 a.m. to avoid disruption once the session begins.

ATTENDANCE is taken at Grand Rounds. If you do not attend in person, please e-mail me at after the session if you wish to qualify for MAINPRO+ credits. Certificates of Attendance will be distributed after the June session.

Note: To maximize your educational benefit from attending via LiveStream, please obtain an account and sign in so that you will be recognized as an attendee and can ask questions via Chat. For credit, you must send Sheena Blasing an email in addition to signing in.