On the podcast today I'm delighted to welcome along Dr Rosie Riley - a Clinical Fellow in Emergency Medicine, Founder of VITA Training and an NHS Clinical Entrepreneur.
Rosie is passionate about seeing an end to modern slavery. Over the past 5 years she has fought to transform the healthcare response, promoting the recognition of modern slavery as a major health challenge to individuals and societies.
In 2014, Rosie founded VITA, an organisation working to ensure victims presenting in healthcare settings can be safely identified and supported, whilst advancing and facilitating national modern slavery prevention, intervention and survivor care.
VITA training has now been delivered to more than 1,200 frontline NHS healthcare professionals and is being rolledout across London with a view to scale nationally.
On the episode today, we talk about the following:
Rosie's work with VITABecoming the national voice for health in modern slaveryAdvocacy nationally with the Home Office and NHS EnglandModern slavery and the role healthcare has to play
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