Navigating this country’s healthcare system can be challenging for individuals who are not proficient in English or were not born in the United States. A new family medicine programs seeks to address this.
Edited by Lisa Meeks, Disability as Diversity is a first-of-its-kind title designed to help deans, program directors, faculty and student affairs personnel thoughtfully plan for the growing population of health care professionals with disabilities.
The Docs With Disabilities podcast has produced 17 episodes, highlighting the experiences of physicians and health care professionals with disabilities. The latest episode features a conversation between host Lisa Meeks and first-year resident Justin Bullock, MD, MPH
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month ( NDEAM ). Marking this month, several U-M Family Medicine faculty members will be leading online and in-person discussions on disability access in the health sciences and medical professions.