Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, Docs with Disabilities Initiative, American Association of Colleges of Nursing, and Johns Hopkins University Disability Health Research Center partnered to host a three-part webinar series on exploring the barriers to inclusion for nurses with disabilities.
Below, you will find the recording for each installment in the series as well as additional resources. You can also watch our webinar series, “Exploring the Barriers to Inclusion for Medical Trainees with Disabilities Webinar Series.”
Part one introduces the audience to nurses with disabilities in varied settings and discusses how they train and thrive in nursing with the use of accommodation.
Part two identifies the key barriers for students with disabilities entering nursing, including outdated technical standards, and ableist belief systems that impact the admissions and educational process.
Addressing Disability Accommodations and Inclusion through a DEI Lens
Part three addresses the inclusion of disability as a DEI imperative and briefly covers the process for determining reasonable accommodation, common accommodations in nursing education and training, and outlines the faculty role in the process of determining and implementing accommodation.
- Resource Toolkit
- Clinical Accomodations and Simulation (Christopher J. Moreland, Maureen Fausone, James Cooke, Christopher McCulloh, Maureen Hillier, Grace C. Clifford, and Lisa M. Meeks)
- White Paper on Inclusion of Students with Disabilities in Nursing Educational Programs for the California Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities (CCEPD) (Beth Marks, Sarah Ailey)
- Technical Standards (Michael M. McKee, Steven Gay, Sarah Ailey, and Lisa M. Meeks)