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Recognizing that human traffickers are continually honing the approaches and techniques that are the foundation of their ugly business, State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle’s 6th Annual Human Trafficking Forum is intended to inspire, educate and bring deeper awareness to those involved in fighting this crime. The forum titled Healing the Wounds will be held on Thursday, January 26th at 2pm at Jackson Memorial Hospital’s DTC. Carlos Migoya (President and CEO of Jackson Health System and Dr. Steven M. Altschuler (CEO of UM Health) have partnered with the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office in hosting this event which brings together stakeholders, service providers, victims’ advocates, lawmakers, educators, medical professionals, community leaders, law enforcement and the judiciary to discuss innovative strategies for combating Human Trafficking.

 

WHO:   Katherine Fernandez Rundle, Miami Dade State Attorney

Carlos Migoya, President and CEO of Jackson Health System

Dr. Charles B. Nemeroff, Keynote Speaker, Chairman of the Dept. of Psychiatry&Behavioral Sciences, University of Miami Health System

Dr. Panagiota Caralis and Dr. Stephen Symes, THRIVE Clinic

WHAT:  6th Annual Human Trafficking Forum

WHEN:  Thursday, January 26, 2017 at 2pm

WHERE: Jackson Memorial Hospital

1080 N.W. 19 St.

DTC, 2nd floor Miami, FL 33136

PHOTO/INTERVIEW: AVAILABILITY

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:           Lissette Valdes-Valle, Public Information Officer, (305) 547-0885,  LissetteValdes-Valle@MiamiSAO.com

 


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