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Integrating Disability into Medical School Curriculum: Practical Strategies & Resources

The best physicians are prepared to meet the needs of a diverse and ever-changing patient population. Medical advances and an aging population guarantee that all clinicians will interact with patients with disability. Building clinical knowledge and confidence working with people with disability can help medical students competently and respectfully meet the needs of all patients. This presentation provides specific, practical methods and tools to incorporate disability into existing courses and clinical experiences for medical students.

Disability education integrated into medical school curricula results in:

  • Improved quality of care for people with disability by ensuring clinicians have the right knowledge and skills, not necessarily changing attitudes.
  • Decreased stigmatization about people with disability.
  • Increased opportunities to learn the complexities of medical care.
  • Benefit to the healthcare system, medical education, and individual patients.

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