Upcoming Events 

The Alliance for Disability in 
Health Care Education 

               Thursday, October 6, 2022                      ADHCE Monthly Meeting (Virtual) 
10:30 - 11:30 AM CST
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Our Monthly meeting will include a presentation & discussion:

Lecture Title:

Conducting Accessible Research: Including People With Disabilities in Public Health, Epidemiological, and Outcomes Studies

Speaker:

Susan Magasi PhD, is Associate Professor, Departments of Occupational Therapy and Disability and Human Development, University of Illinois at Chicago.

Lecture Description:

Drawing on over a decade of community-based participatory health equity-focused research with disability community partners, including both disability advocacy organizations and grassroots community members, Dr. Magasi will share her experiences of conducting collaborative research, advocating for meaningful representation of disabled people, and fighting for accessible practices and products in large federal initiatives. In this discussion-based presentation, Susan will highlight successes and missed opportunities in serving as both a disability ally and career scientist. A small sample of her numerous publications on a variety of disability topics include:

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  • University of Michigan Center for Disability Health and Wellness Webinar & Conferences  2022 - IDEAL RRTC’s goal is to promote the healthy aging of adults with long-term physical impairments and disabilities. This will be achieved by identifying factors at the intersection of the person and environment that impede or support positive health and function outcomes and creating solutions that improve the fit between the two. Upcoming and Past Webinar Links available.

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