Introduction to Public Health Posters



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Ginger Cameron

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Human trafficking is a current problem that health professionals, such as pharmacists, should be aware of. This poster was created as a group project by pre-pharmacy majors and exhibited to faculty and graduate pharmacy students. The primary purpose of the project was to learn about human trafficking as a public health concern, increase awareness, and search for ways to reduce the problem. The poster highlights the different forms of human trafficking and what determinants of health apply to this problem. It also seeks to show how human trafficking relates to the pharmacy profession.


Medicine and Health Sciences | Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences | Public Health


Social health, modern slavery, problem awareness, pharmacy

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Human Trafficking



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