PHR’s Asylum Program offers basic and advanced trainings for health professionals to learn how to apply their clinical skills to support asylum applications. These all-day trainings are held a minimum of two times each year and often offer continuing education credits for physicians, psychologists, and licensed clinical social workers. We require all new network members to attend a training prior to taking on their first case, unless they have relevant forensic experience.
May 21: Keck HRC Asylum Evaluation training. Register here.
April 30: Phoenix Asylum Evaluation CHIP Clinic Asylum Evaluation training. Register here.
April 7 and April 24: Columbia Human Rights Initiative Asylum Clinic training. Register here.
April 16: Georgetown University School of Medicine training. Register here.
Chicago Peoples Rights Collaborative Asylum Evaluation Trainings. You must complete all relevant modules by the Chicago Peoples Rights Collaborative, over a few months, to be fully PHR trained, for a total of approximately 7-8 hours of training. Register here.
Weill Cornell Center for Human Rights Fall Trainings. Register here.
- Human rights law, asylum law, and the critical role of the health professional and forensic documentation in immigration cases
- Physical and psychological evidence of torture and other human rights abuses
- Effective medical-legal documentation, including affidavit writing
- Best practices for collaboration between health professionals and attorneys
- Meeting and networking with other human rights-minded health professionals