Sabella to Lecture on Human Trafficking at Neumann

Dr. Donna Sabella will present a program entitled Human Trafficking: Directions and Trends, Here & Abroad at 10 a.m. on Saturday, October 18, at Neumann University. Sabella is director of Global Studies in the College of Nursing and Health Professions at Drexel University.

 

The lecture in the Bruder Life Center is free and open to the public, and will include two CEU credits for RNs who attend (approved by the PA State Nurses Association).

 

Sabella founded and is director of Project Phoenix, an outreach program which provides support for trafficked and prostituted women in Philadelphia. She is former program director and founding member of Dawn’s Place, a residential recovery program for similar victims in Philadelphia. She is a contributing editor for the mental health column in the American Journal of Nursing and associate editor for the Journal of Human Trafficking.

 

She has experience working in crisis intervention, substance abuse, domestic violence, and forensic nursing, providing direct services to vulnerable populations. She has lived and studied in Brazil and has taught Latin, English, English as a second language, Spanish, linguistics, world literature, and writing.

 

Sabella holds a B.A. from Indiana University and a BSN from Thomas Jefferson University, a MSN from Widener University and M.Ed. from Temple University, and a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania.

 

The lecture is sponsored by the Alumni Association of the Training School for Nurses – Philadelphia General Hospital. To register for the lecture, please call 610-358-4252.


9/23/14

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