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Coalition Book Club 2: Disability Law - Shared screen with speaker view
Laura Bulk
39:23
I’m Canadian, so not taking this one on…Yay Maria!
Tonya Paulette
49:27
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Joseph F. Murray
50:45
From Bryan Hilbert: there is also a free ada advice line 1800-514-0301
Joseph F. Murray
55:02
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Ranna Nash
57:00
Must meet the standards of the school/program
Joseph F. Murray
01:06:25
The AAMC Webinar on Technical Standards is https://aamc.elevate.commpartners.com/products/aligning-technical-standards-with-21st-century-medical-education-october-28
Ranna Nash
01:07:02
To make sure that students are getting what they need at each level (could be different each level)
Ranna Nash
01:07:45
Miscommunication-
Ranna Nash
01:08:22
Student Handbook and websites this process should be in
Ranna Nash
01:11:12
Will I be discriminated against
Maria Keller
01:11:13
Informed consent of the process
Maria Keller
01:11:41
Consistency support equitable experience
Maria Keller
01:12:22
OCR is more likely to defer the institution if the institution follows their own published
Ranna Nash
01:14:01
Because its involving the student-
Tonya Paulette
01:14:30
Faculty may also need to be involved
Ranna Nash
01:14:47
Other people to be involved probably disability specialist and someone from the school?
Ranna Nash
01:15:02
student support representation (learning specialist etc?)
Christine Low
01:15:46
You might want to include faculty and or program directors to review mandatory or required elements to ensure accommodations are effective but also reasonable and. Do not constitute a fundamental alteration to the program-lower the academic rigor
Maria Keller
01:16:12
The student is the one who can share how they are impacted by their disability in the various aspects of their educational experience, we are then able to ask about specific barriers and discuss possible accommodations.
Ranna Nash
01:16:17
program directors especially with clerkship accommodations?
Kelly Cano
01:16:51
if the student has questions about accommodations in their fieldwork or clinicals, their coordinators may need to be part of the conversation
Stacy Wolfe
01:17:33
Its important to start communication early so the student feels a level of trust and able to continue throughout their educational program. It also helps them learn to advocate for themselves.
Maria Keller
01:17:34
Others that may need to be included are those who oversee the essential requirements, such as the program directors, the preceptors, etc.
Bryan Hilbert
01:19:34
and always be looking to see what new technology innovative ways and processes to accommodate
Ranna Nash
01:20:55
Could be in the syllabus for the clerkship?
Ranna Nash
01:21:04
See the environment too- that is always helpful
Ranna Nash
01:22:27
pregnancy
Christine Low
01:22:37
Accident or injury
Bryan Hilbert
01:24:02
concussion
Joseph F. Murray
01:24:03
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Ranna Nash
01:26:33
Thank you Lisa and Charlotte!
Joseph F. Murray
01:26:35
Thank you all - see you next month!
Laura Bulk
01:27:23
Merci!