The Guide to Assisting Students With Disabilities Equal Access in Health Science and Professional Education
Lisa M. Meeks, PhD Neera R. Jain, MS, CRC Editors
We highly recommend using this guide with students and the information in the accompanying book chapter for faculty training. We are also in process of developing a faculty training module which should be ready in January.
We would love your feedback on this guide, especially if you are already using it as an intervention or proactive measure.
I have placed specific questions below. We plan to use your responses to adjust this tool and to report on its potential as an intervention or proactive approach to improving communication between students and faculty/administration.
I appreciate any and all feedback, especially direct responses to the following questions (responses will be de-identified, summarized and reported back to this list-serv):
Questions for administrators and faculty:
1. What are the major concerns you and your colleagues have about communication with and from students with disabilities?
2. Do you see the Communication Guide as a useful tool for students? If so, how? If not, why not?
3. Have you used the Guide with students? If so, what have been the results?
4. Have you seen improvements in communication among students who have been given the Guide
Lisa M. Meeks, PhD
UCSF School of Medicine
Director, Medical Student Disability Services
Assistant Professor of Medicine
505 Parnassus Avenue, U266, Box 0454
San Francisco, CA 94143 | Phone (415)-502-5759
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